Question about Televison & Video
It's probably the flyback transformer and associated diodes in the same circuit. It's an easy repair if you know how to solder.
ONE: Do the hard reset. Unplug the power cord for 4 hours then power it back up. That will restore all internal soft codes into the set.
TWO: Give it the whacking test. Just bang on it with your fist; strike it at the top, back, sides, etc, to see if you can restore the picture. It is possible that some loose wire, loose connection or cold solder joint has begun to act up and the banging will sometimes get it back in order. Worth at try.
you have to contact the service center if the above steps workout......
Let me know if you need more ideas.
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Posted on Oct 01, 2008
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