Question about Philips 8P6034 TV
If your video is shrinking and expanding you may want to get a repair kit from www.magnavoxhelp.com. This is a fairly common problem. After a few weeks/months of bouncing in and out you may loose all video/audio. That's what my set did before I fixed it.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
It is in the power supply or I would guess most likly in the horizontal sweep section of the tV set. MOST of the time, if the power supply is going lower in voltage, the set will shrink in width,BUT will also shrink in vertical size. If this is not happening, then I would say it is in the horizontal drive circuit. This is not a circuit a user should be experimenting with, as this is the HIGH VOLTAGE circuit and can pack a mean punch! Please if the sets less the 4 to 5 years old you may want to concider an estimate or replacing the set. Its all up to you. GOOD LUCK
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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