Question about Televison & Video
David that is a hard one to diagnose without some higher end test gear...it literally could be any of the boards in the TV causing this and replacing them without running some tests is a waist of money.
Posted on May 06, 2018
CRT (TV Screen) is probably blown. I do not suggest anyone try to open a television's casing. Even if it has been unplugged for days, it still contains enough electricity to KILL YOU. Please, the safest thing to do is to buy a new TV and it is usually cheaper than sending it to a local repair shop.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
If the problem is same with different input devices and you have ensured there are no loose contacts in power outlet, RC jack, cable and sockets, the TV needs servicing.
Posted on Aug 27, 2012
You could try checking the glass buzz fuse inside of the television located on the circuit board......
If not, try using google to do a search for your model's repair guide...
I hope this helps...
Posted on May 14, 2013
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