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Picture Too Light

Just recently, whenever I first turn on the TV, although the picture is initially fine, it shortly become too light. It's as if I turned the brightness way up. At the same time, faint lines appear in the backround. After several hours, the picture darkens, and I can get it almost normal if I play with the contrast. However, when I turn the TV off and it is several hours until I re-turn it on, the problem starts again. Any suggestions would be appreciated. I have not yet called a repairman since I would like to have an idea of the problem first. Color and everything else is fine.

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Re: Picture Too Light

Not long ago I had my head inside one of those units,I was looking for something else but I did notice and repaired many loose conections and believe you have the same ,your problem is related to the screen voltage and a loose conection might be around the high voltage transformer.Please let Us know how it goes or if you need more information.

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