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post #1 of 3 Old 02-26-2014, 02:53 PM - Thread Starter
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I have had this TV for a couple of years and have had no problems. One day I turned it on and there was no picture. I still have sound and the channels change, but no picture. Doe this TV have a picture tube like the old TV's used to have? If not, what is the problem?

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It would help if you gave us the make and model of the tv so we know what you're talking about.
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The problem is it ain't working right but like Otto says without the make and model we can't tell anything .

If it is 2 yrs old It's probably safe to assume it is either a Plasma , CCFL /LCD or LED/LCD in any case the diagnosis and repair and especially the parts used will be different from one and other .

Some newer Sony models (and maybe some others) have a "pic off " (picture off) button on the remote that turns off the back light and thus the picture but leaves the sound on , if that's the case push that button while the set is on.

If not try pushing the picture mode pre set or similar button .

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