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TVM 1900c Sansui, no picture but has sound started at line in the middle

Can you help me fix this problem, It started one day when I was watching and
suddenlly I just see line in the middle but I can hear sound. What do you think the wrong componemt maybe

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    TVM 1900c Sansui, no picture but has sound started at line in the
    middle problem. I cleaned it (vacuum) and it worked after a while the picture goes out again, I turned it off, and few minutes after turned it back on and worked again
    So it seems to do this after it gets warm...











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you have defective vertical output! that is vertical IC and 1.2 Ohms Resistor.. replaced the two components..

Thanks!

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