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Horizontal Line Brighter than others

An horizontal line that is more bright than the others and is slowly moves verticaly in CRT SONY KV28CS70E. Thanks

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Re: Horizontal Line Brighter than others

Sounds like a drying up or leaky main b+ vilter capacitor in the front end of the power supply or possibly the b+ feeder capacitor that filters the B+ for the vertical IC. If you know how to test capacitors with a meter or cap checker you shouldnet have any troubles with this BUT if your not a tech I would highly advise you to seek out a pro to assit you with this a B+ main filter can have one heck of a charge on it even after the set is off. Good Luck

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