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Mits VS-45605 Picture Jumping - See video

I have a Mits SV-45605. It was built in 1999. The picture jumps almost in a circular pattern. Here is a video link of the current picture.

What is the problem with this television? Could it be a problem with the PIP card that can be bypassed. I have looked at the capacitors and they are not bulging though I have not checked them with a meter.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0UCel81PYI

Yes, it is a Ms. Pacman game video you'll be looking at.

Thanks for you help and comments.

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  • jmwoodward1 Oct 08, 2008

    I have the exact same problem... The thing i know that it is NOT is a pip module problem. I would really like to get my TV back into working order.... I love this TV. Help would be greatly appreciated.

  • zmmatt Dec 03, 2008

    Older Timer, where exactly did you put the fan? I have a similar problem, but i dont know where in the rear of the case, or where to aim the fan...

    thanks!

  • gg5870 Jan 26, 2009

    I just got the Mits VS-45605 given to me and it looks identical to the youtube video posted above. Is it a difficult thing to repair? Can I find a step by step process with pictures that would walk me through repairing it?

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Hi Jim and seirig

The PIP module(problematic with this model) can be removed and bypassed, there are guys on ebay selling kits to do this. You probably DO have capacitor problems in the vertical stages(as is the problem with the PIP module also). They do not always "bulge" as an indicator of failure. Often they just leak out. If the bulge occurs about a safety vent stamped into the top of them means they have overheated, and the stamped vent is meant to rupture to prevent them from exploding. If there is any white residue on the board or corrosion about any caps, this is casued by them venting on the bottom side instead, then they have failed. if they move about easily then their connecting legs, they may have corroded off up inside the can of the cap itself. Sometimes they can appear physically AOK, and be faulty. Checking them with a meter is really the only sure way of determining a caps worthiness. It is a common problem with any electronics these days. They just dont build them to last. Surface mount capcitors actually have a shelf life even in storage!! Replacing all the caps in a stage to resolve a problem like this is often gives the best result. One failing cap can put pressure on others, and the overheating issue may reoccur. Best to get quality brand parts to replace failed caps. These guys are everywhere in the world, and easy to navigate, just search for you part :)

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It is caused by some overheating. I solved the problem by placing a fan (small) in the rear of the case. I run it when the unit is on and all of the lines disappear. Turn the fan off and they reappear. Simple, eh??

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