RCA or Zenith. The one tv in the house. When the picture went out, the TV repair man had to be called and we had to survive days without the Flintstones, Star Search, Hart to Hart and the Andy Griffith Show. Mom and dad had a tv in their room, but we weren't allowed to watch tv in their. When the TV went out, you just went out side, played a game, or did something else productive.
I realized last week, it's not a big deal these days when your TV goes out. Because everyone in my family is just fine staring at the small screen in their hand rather than a 55 inch high def LG that cost less than the device in my their hand.
Well, I want to know why the TV's picture is now snow. I seem to be the only one who cares. So after turning on the thing and seeing nothing but snow, I went through all of the DIY checks- power cord, hdmi, component cables and restart of the Uverse box. No luck. So I did what any good DIY'er would do- search youtube. I found solutions to the problem, but I'm just not sure I want to bake my tv's motherboard!
Have you any experience baking your TV motherboard? What were the results? I'd love to know before I pre-heat the oven to 385.