My home burned recently and I lost everything. Because of the massive
expenses I had to go to a pawn shop and get a television. It is a 32"
RCA Enetertainment Series. It worked fine for a couple of weeks but then
the webtv (after a little while would just instantly lose the color. I'd
turn off the web tv side and the tv would look fine I hooked the web tv
up to a 13" tv and it works fine. The reason I think it's the tv is
becase of other problems with the set. 1) If I cut the tv off (after it
has been on a while) when I cut it back on within 10 minutes the
picture will be scrambled. I have to leave it off for at least 10
minutes to restart and get a clear picture. 2) I also have just started
to notice the tv making a vibrating noise that that last a few seconds
and the stops then starts again. Is this something to repair or is it
going to be too expensive. I like the tv but don't want to put too much
into it. Thank You -William (from Carolina Beach NC)
Sorry about your loss. The electronic.repair group would be a better place
to ask. Adding an explanation of how your connecting(RF, composite or
S_Video) will probably speed things up. So would a clarification for "I'd
turn off the web tv side"
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