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White lines on screen

I have toshiba model:A68AE the tv screen as these white lines in it. I was trying to find the verticial&horzonicial links or the turing button the basic proplem is the top of the sceen it like watching funnie marrior.

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Re: white lines on screen

Im sorry my friend I do not understand what a funny marrior is? LOL If your complaining about white lines at only the top of the picture, then I would say that your problem is with the vertical sweep circuit. Most likly a capacitor in the vertical preamp really small ones next to the jungle IC or the capacitors that are used as waveshapers in the vertical drive and output. If the entire screen is white lines then the screen drive is too high so back it down till the lines just disapear. if that wont turn down, theres a filter cap on the sweeop supply or the CRT socket board is bad. Good Luck

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