Maybe if I leave the tubes in the sun for a while it'll bleach the burn right out.
What is scary is there is not a hint of soot or dust on the hv lines or tubes. You could look inside and think it was like new, which was also mentioned by the seller.
I know it drove a 10' wide 4:3 stewart screen because I bought it also, so I wonder just how long it took to cook that blue. I couldn't access menus to see the hours since the green tube is totally dead. It's scary what can happen to these in the wrong hands.
I almost broke even selling just the screen. It was a stewart electric. $1100 -$1200 or so package deal including shipping if I remember correctly.
It's a 1208/2 barcographics if you can't tell from the pics.
The burn in is a windows desktop with a background image that must be a company logo. Logo looks like T2 or something, can't tell it's all too burnt black to read.
It came on a pallet with screen, pj, and a podium. Training? Powerpoint duty for a convention? Your guess is as good as mine. If anything I bet they ran it full blast with all the lights in the room still on, and left it that way repeatedly.
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