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Thomson 42WM03L TV shows no picture. There are some color-fragments on the display. Audio is ok. Voltage on the boards seems to be ok.

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  • Elbundee Sep 30, 2008

    Has anybody a shematic or manual?

  • Elbundee Oct 02, 2008

    Sorry, i don't know where to find the IF-Transformer. On which Board is it? Can you tell me more exactly, as you know I hove no shematic or manual.

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Try to adjust the IF transformer (VCO)

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