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I have a32in.jvc tv model#AV-32f734,after you turn on set screen turns blue then timer light blinks green and set turns green with white lines through it.repairman said mean picture tube is shot.Is this true

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SOURCE: No picture/vertical lines on screen

it's called retrace lines ,your screens are set to high or focus block assy which has the screen adjustments on it also is faulty

Posted on Aug 18, 2007

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SOURCE: Green screen crash

i have a projection tv. It is a a Samsung HDTV 55" widescreen. There is a green curvey lines at top of screen. Can you help?

Posted on Jan 20, 2008

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SOURCE: Tube TV - one thin horizontal line of bright light

Vertical defection failure. Common failure. Pretty easy to repair ($50-75?). However, my general rule of thumb is not to waste any more money on TVs over 10 years old. Too much other stuff in there ready to fail as well.

Posted on Jan 24, 2008

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SOURCE: JVC AV-56WP74

You would need the service manual in order to change the picture tube properly as there are dangerous voltages stored inside the tube also the tube would have to be set up properly as well. You can get the service manual for your model at the following link. They will email it too you right after purchase. Heres the link.
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/

Posted on May 28, 2008

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SOURCE: sony 65 inch screen tv

The lines you saw, i;m sure they are the ones called retrace lines but know the failure could be located on the red CRT board. Most likely the video amplifier is defective and not necessarily the CRT.
What is the model number of your TV?

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