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Screen gets horizontal lines and jumpy screen.

Is a 50/50 chance to watch tv without horizontal lines and jumpy screen. sometimes worse than others, jumps then clears on own at will. audio always works fine

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    When the TV is first turned on it plays fine , maybe for an hr or so , then the horizontal lines come in & the picture jumps ......this problem seems to be getting worse , the picture will jump & horizontal lines will roll up for 2 hrs or so, then the picture will settle down and play fine with a great picture .

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Your problem is capacitors CP204 and CP205 by the 9 volt regulator on the main board. Cp204 is a 47 microfard @ 50 volt and the other is 100 microfard@ 16 volts

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