Question about Bush WS6671 28" TV
Was watching tv as normal - all had been ok when screen suddenly went fat and then shrunk into the centre of the screen so we can just see 1/3rd of the screen with the picture squashed into it... the outer edges are black. it has a slight curving to the edges too. Have tried to change the picture mode but it doesn't make any difference. It is on all channels and on all the AV channels. Any ideas please from anyone. Many thanks Denise
That's either a high voltage problem, or a deflection problem. WARNING, CRT Based Televisions have potently life threatening voltages inside them, and should be serviced by trained personnel only. With that out of the way. According to http://www.repairhelper.com It's a capacitor failure Fault - Width and E/W correction fault Remedy - Replace R626 and C630 I don't have a manual so I can't tell you for sure what the resistor and capacitor do, or where they are located.
Posted on Jan 13, 2007
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