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How do i know what model my toshiba tv is? it is constantly flicking

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Hello, Mary -

Look on the back or your TV. There is probably a label on the back with the Model Number printed on it.

You may need to use a magnifying glass to read the model number.

Look at this image:
https://support.toshiba.com/sscontent?contentId=4006232

How did I find the image? Using my favorite search engine, Google, I entered the following search phrase:
TV model label Toshiba
and chose images.

Best wishes.

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