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Tv comes on and has no picture. menu there, video on monitor jack

Tv comes on and has no picture. Has sound and menu's video comes
out monitor out jack. no video
going to the CRT's

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This an old tv. From my experience i would replace it. It will be a money pit.Crts are beyond there life expectancey.

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