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Magnavox 35' TV problem

Posted by CheapSk8 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 4, 11 at 20:50

I have a 35" Magnavox tv model TS3562, chassis 35R502-00AA. I have a similar problem as others where the screen is white with wavy horizontal lines and it powers off in 10 seconds. I read where there is a resistor that burns up and causes this (R3340), but my CRT board (212582D040B) doesn't seem to have one. I'm hoping that Pee Wee from the other older message reads this. HELP!!!!


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RE: Magnavox 35' TV problem model TS3562, chassis 35R502-00AA

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RE: Magnavox 35' TV problem

Hi Pee_Wee, it seems that you�re the most knowledgeable with Magnavox TV�s� question for you... on a 55� big screen, a red wavy line appears on the upper and lower left corner of the screen.
The picture is there, the sound is there, but the red wavy line shouldn�t be there. Might you have an idea as to what is causing this? Thank You!

Here is a link that might be useful: Magnavox 35'' TV problem


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