Question about Televison & Video
I can only provide a [possible solution here without the make and model, but from your description I'd guess that there are poor solder connections at or around the vertical IC. I am assuming that this is a CRT based projection set. Other types will have different solutions. If you can solder and you are comfortable working inside the set (there are high voltages present even when unplugged), you should be able to fix this yourself. Locate the vertical IC (usually a small flat IC attached to a heatsink) and resolder the pins. If that fails to resolve the problem, try replacing the IC.
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Posted on Nov 07, 2008
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