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Most television is broken. In this instructable, you'll learn how to fix your TV with everyday household materials.
To fix your TV, you will need the following:A functioning television set, large or small, old or new, cable or antenna or satellite.A thin, translucent medium such as ...
Please ask yourself the following questions:Does the TV set work, that is, can it receive and display a cable, antenna or VCR/DVD signal? In other words, does it ...
Turn on your television and tune it to a working channel (or recorded input).Turn the volume down to zero.Cut three or four sheets of the wax paper that ...
Note: it helps to to turn of the lights at this stage.Stand in front of the TV within arm's reach. Hold the coat hanger up about 10 cm ...
Use the wire ties to secure the hook(s) of the cost hanger(s) (laying flat) to the top of the TV.Add more sheets of wax paper until the entire ...
Opinions differ on whether to fully mask the screen, though it is preferred that at least the view within 30 degrees of center is masked. You decide.
Change the channel until you find something that looks beautiful to you. Enjoy your fixed television as a light show, play some music. Or leave it on as ...
When you are ready to watch broken television again, simply unfasten the cost hanger from the TV and hang it within easy reach for later use.
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