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  • 02-11-2012 2:37 PM

    • Hubbe
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    MX-7000 worth repairing?

    My mother has an early MX-7000 from the mid 90's. There is something wrong with it. The image is slightly blurred and there are diagonal stretch across the screen. It is something that seems familiar? I have seen that you can buy cheap MX televisions. An alternative would be to buy a used 32 "Avant. It's probably not economically feasible to repair it. But that option is not excluded. What would you have done?

  • 02-11-2012 2:55 PM In reply to

    Re: MX-7000 worth repairing?

    As far as I know the problem you discribed can be caused by two problems. One is a defective picturetube, in that case it is not worth repairing. But this is almost never the case. I think there is a problem with the G2 trimmer, this is located on the PCB that is on the picturetube. And that's an easy fix. 

  • 02-11-2012 3:28 PM In reply to

    • Hubbe
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    Re: MX-7000 worth repairing?

    Thanks, maybe worth to have an B&O technician have a look at it and take it from there. I don´t have any skills to do anything myself.

  • 02-11-2012 5:23 PM In reply to

    • Stonk
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    Re: MX-7000 worth repairing?

    Armed with the information above any decent TV repairer should be able to carry out the workSmile

                                                                                                  

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