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bad connection. if you have some electronics experience, unplug the tv and carefully open the back , remove the main bord and check for soldering using the magnifier. if you check very good , you will see a sort of small line around the soldering . that small line are bad connection , re-solder them .
By the desciption of your symtom, I think that you may have lost the blue CRT. You may want to call a local repair servicer to have the set diagnosed. It could be as simple as the video driver on the CRT board, or it could the the CRT itself.
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Take off back cover. The problem power board is to the right of the
board where the power plug feeds into the TV. There is a large white
fuse right bend the power plug. With a meter it read ok; about 8 inches
deeper into the TV on that board was the resister next to two fuses. My
4 amp 125 volt fuse did not read on my meter. After replacing, it