Question about Zenith IQC50H95W 50" Rear Projection Television
The most common problem with this symptom is a shorted Horizontal Output Transistor. Usually the flyback and or yokes are partially shorted also and caused the transistor to fail. Unless you have experience working on TVs they are complicated and dangerous and should be repaired by competent technicians. Remember that this is only the most common problem. Your problem could be just about anything from a bad eprom to a shorted component and everything in between. If you checked the fuses and they are ok it sounds like it's time for a tech.
Posted on Jun 23, 2006
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