how do you replace a crt in a rear projection tv?

3 Answers

  • ratboy
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Depends on the model.

    Your best bet is to ask an expert.

    This website has experts in all fields, including this guy who repairs rear projections TVs for a living. If you ask your question there, you'll get a much better answer than you'll get here.

  • 1 decade ago

    I'll be honest with you....I have had some people ATTEMPT to

    replace their CRT in a PROJO....and they made a $300 3 hour job into a $700 "Fix the Damage done by customer" job.....and it added 2-3 weeks to the repair time.....

    Anyways....You will NEVER ever be able to adjust the convergence unless you have EXPERIENCE in it....

    Heck, the first time I did looked AWFUL! And I'm a Technician....But.....I took the TV to the shop, spent 3 days studying/adjusting, and it turned out good....

    It's just that there is a MAJOR learning curve when you do it the FIRST time.....

    Do what you want....I hope you find a TV tech dedicated enough to fix your damage. Some places won't even TOUCH your TV if you attempt a DIY repair......

    I'm not one of those.....

    Source(s): 24 years servicing TV sets....
  • JP
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Take the previous posters' advice. If you havn't studied to do it, why would you think you could? CRT rear-pro's also have high voltages, you could hurt yourself. Have a professional fix it.

Still have questions? Get your answers by asking now.