Television / CRT Computer Monitor


Television

  • Picture is dark even after adjusting the brightness to its highest/brightest point.
    If you are having this problem with your television, then we have a fix for you (it's actually the same fix as the CRT computer monitor below).  The only tools required are a standard screwdriver and/or a phillips screw driver (preferably with a rubber, non-conductive handle).

    This repair is relatively simple (no soldering required) and at most a screw driver and phillips screwdriver is required.  You'll probably find that getting the television out of its current location and to an area to work on it will be the hardest part of the task.

These directions should be applicable to many brands and models of televisions, not just the example one shown below.


Figure 1 - RCA Television Model F25281
(made by Thomson Consumer Electronics)

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NOTE:  Microsoft's Outlook Express is sometimes set not to allow viewing of attachments due to security issues (this may have been set automatically without your knowledge by Microsoft).  If you are unable to read the attachment that is automatically sent to you once you donate via PayPal (or you do not see an email reply within 10 minutes), try this:  In Outlook Express click Tools, Options, Security and uncheck the box by "Do not allow attachments to be saved or opened that could potentially be a virus".  You may re-enable this once you have the chance to get your login and password from the email attachment that is sent.

If you have a yahoo.com email address, make sure to check your spam folder...seems like yahoo.com likes to stick my emails in there.

Or, if you don't use PayPal, then you may mail your payment  to:  

Absolute Technologies, Inc.
Attention: Bright TV

PO Box 601
Holly Springs, NC 27540

Please include your email address so that  your access can be emailed to you.

CRT Computer Monitor

  • Display is dark even after adjusting the brightness to its highest/brightest point.
    If you are having this problem with your CRT computer monitor, then we have a fix for you (it's actually the same fix as the television above).  The only tools required are a standard screwdriver and/or a phillips screw driver (preferably with a rubber, non-conductive handle).

    This repair is relatively simple (no soldering required) and at most a screw driver and phillips screwdriver is required.  You'll probably find that getting the monitor out of its current location and to an area to work on it will be the hardest part of the task.

These directions should be applicable to many brands and models of CRT monitors, not just the example one shown below.


Figure 2 -  CRT Computer Monitor
(MaxTech Model XT-7800)

To get these repair instructions, submit $4.99 via PayPal using the icon below and you'll get a unique username and password to access these instructions.

$4.99 for these Repair Instructions on the Television Brightness Issue

NOTE:
Your login and password will be immediately sent to the email address that is registered with your PayPal account.  If this is not the proper email address you want the login and password sent to, please send a note with the proper email address, however, there will be a delay as the email will have to be manually processed.  If you want to avoid any delay, make sure your PayPal email address is correct.

MAKE SURE YOUR EMAIL IS CURRENT AND CORRECT IN PAYPAL TO AVOID DELAY ON DELIVERY OF YOUR LOGIN AND PASSWORD. 

If you realize that it was not current when you confirmed your PayPal contribution, please send me an email (dharrison@AnyoneCanFixIt.com)
 

NOTE:  Microsoft's Outlook Express is sometimes set not to allow viewing of attachments due to security issues (this may have been set automatically without your knowledge by Microsoft).  If you are unable to read the attachment that is automatically sent to you once you donate via PayPal (or you do not see an email reply within 10 minutes), try this:  In Outlook Express click Tools, Options, Security and uncheck the box by "Do not allow attachments to be saved or opened that could potentially be a virus".  You may re-enable this once you have the chance to get your login and password from the email attachment that is sent.

If you have a yahoo.com email address, make sure to check your spam folder...seems like yahoo.com likes to stick my emails in there.

Or, if you don't use PayPal, then your payment can be sent to:  

Absolute Technologies, Inc.
Attention: Bright TV

PO Box 601
Holly Springs, NC 27540

Please include your email address so that  your access can be emailed to you.


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