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My TV kept bending in and out and it just stays bent.

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I have a General Electric Model: 27GT620 TV circa 1998; the cable connection has become loose and has caused the picture to go from picture to snow; originally we could "wiggle" the male...

Yes, you have a bad ground on your RF connector. With lots of patience, it can be repaired. You must remove the tuner shields from the TV. It will need to be unsoldered. Pull the shields off either side of the tuner. Donot even attempt to move the red coils you see in the tuner. If the red coils look bent or smashed it is for good reason. Do not bend or move these. I cannot say enough about these. Next you will solder the Rf connector and the tail that is is still connected to the tuner board. Inspect all the solder connections on the solder side of this tuner on board.There are about twenty bad grounds. You will have to really concentrate and excercise great caution to solder. Be careful not to burn any traces on the tuner board. Patience is a virtue here, any mistake may destroy your TV. After careful inspection and soldering you may resolder the tuner shields. If you feel you must replace the Rf connector that part is an RCA #215543. Remember it will take more than replacing this connector, to fix the snow you receive on the TV. Thanks for asking and show a few hands of support.

Dec 28, 2010 | GE 27GT620 TV

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TV picture distorted, bending in from the sides

main board is cold solder. resolder main board.

May 31, 2009 | Standard (CRT) Televisions

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Picture is distorted appears to bend inwards

I am assuming you are talking about the horizontal, if that is the case and the picture bends in from the sides it is likely there is an electrolytic capacitor dry or leaky, usually easy to recognise, look at the top of all the caps around the horizontal section and see if you can find one with a bulge at the top, replace it, look around where the scan coils are plugged into the main board and toward the horizontal output stage area, there are other things that can cause the same symptom however, I have found that to be the main cause. It is worth looking at the primary power supply stage especially the mains cap ( the largest capacitor there, usually 250v or higher,) remove it,( oh a word of warning- discharge it first, just in case) look at the bottom and look for leaks. if you have a cap tester, it will save time, if you can use and own a oscilloscope, look for ripples in the mains...hope that helps Phil

May 18, 2009 | Samsung Standard (CRT) Televisions

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Picture beginning to fail


Jul 13, 2008 | Standard (CRT) Televisions

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Picture beginning to fail

There are some components it the vertical deflection amplifier area that are becoming thermo sensitive with age. It is also possible that there will be parts going off value in the power supply and other areas.

These problems are typical in these sets when they are aged. The cost of the repair may not be worth the investment.

You should take the set in to a service center for an estimate.

Jerry G.

Jun 12, 2008 | Philips Magnavox 20MS233S 20" TV

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Its a phillips 28pw5324/05

the problem in your TV receiver. Some components in Horizontal and vertical deflection circuits must be faulty. Adjusting H & V frequency may also smooths the picture. Contact Authorisedservice personnel.. All the best !

Dec 07, 2007 | Philips 32PT6441/37 32" TV

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Problem with sony tv

Define serious and simple.. Just teasing... John what you have is called a pincushion problem. In that particular model I'd check the following:
C530 .0022uf
R530 15k
R532 4.7k
and Q503
If you're not too technically inclined try this. Remove the main board, called the "A" board. Take pictures if you have too to refer to later when you re-install the board. So you know where all the wires go. Then carefully box it up and send it in to tri state module.. For approximately $129.00 plus your shipping costs getting it to them they will rebuild the board and ship it back with a one-year warranty. Re-install the baord and problem solved.
On the other hand, knowing that Tri State will rebuild it for that cost call a few shops and ask what they charge for repairing the pincushion problem, can't hurt.
Tri State's web is:

Nov 05, 2007 | Sony KV-27FS13 27" TV

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Sony wega 27'' crt hdtv issue DZ-29m61

object in the picture look small,tiny and elongated especially when viewed from certain angles.Worse,the picture seems to have a horinzontal bend towards the bottom of the tv screen it is due to malfunctioning due to technical defects in TV. YES the problem is in vertical output section of your TV. IT is due to some electrolytic capacitor failure in tv. if it is replaced by the same value as it is your problem will be solved. hope this will help. good luck. it is a common problem & not major.

Oct 08, 2007 | Standard (CRT) Televisions

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No sound or picture now

The set may have shorted the horizontal out put transistor since it kept coming on sometimes. This could be cause by the driver transformer arcing causing a "spike" in voltage going to you horizoltal out put transistor. Stargazer

Mar 31, 2007 | Sony KV-27FV16 TV

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Ghosting and popping noises

slag, Has the cable signal been branched off to another TV (or more) from the same feed? Ghosting and shadows are usually the result of bad impedance matches on those lines. Try connecting the prime TV directly to the cable box (or cable jack) output and note if there is any improvement. Make sure the cable itself is of the RG-6 type (not RG-59) and has no sharp bends or kinks. The center pin of the cable should be clean without corrosion. The RF IN jack on the TV should be checked to make sure the threads for the connector are clean and the plug should be attached firmly but not too tight. These steps should help solve this at least assuming the cable signal is good. [Checking it shows the "level" coming off the pole, not necessarily the quality of that level.] Hope this helps.

Oct 31, 2006 | Toshiba 34HF83 34" TV

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