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Television fault I have a JVC television approximately 7 years old, make AV28WR4EKS the picture has recently started to break up into horzontal lines and gradually move down the screen so top half is blank with rest of the broken image at bottom, sometimes going totaly blank and then switching off onto stand by mode. What could be the fault and is it worth fixing or as cheap to buy new.

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  • Anonymous Feb 09, 2008

    I have a problem with my JVC 27" tv I bought in 2000 .When I turn it on ,I get a 41/2 inches of broken white horizontal lines at the top of the screen.It gradually shrinks to 2inches from the top of the screen and stays there.Is this worth fixing?

    Thank you

    Robert Meating

    E-mail: [email protected]



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It is not worth fixing get a new tv

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