How old is the oldest working TV in your home?
I have a 22 year old JVC and it has never needed any repairs at all.
I have a 3 year old vizio that still works fine. The computer chip needs clearing out from time to time by unplugging the power cord however.
The oldest TV in my home is about 10 years old. We rarely use it though..
A small 13 inch color TV in my husband's office. It must be 13 years old and works fine, although he rarely watches it. We have flat screens upstairs and he likes his HD! :-)
My dad bought a 5 inch TV about 12 years ago and it's still with me but I hardly use it once a year.
Oooh - We still have my husband's TV from college back in 1996. It no longer has living room status though - it serves as a gaming TV in our son's playroom. It still works as good as new!
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