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Vs-50707 bouncing lines

Bouncing lines...first this happens when it turns on the color of pic is in and out. I read that the prob might be with the 9 volt power regulator IC? If this is the issue were can I get this part? abelsmith1978@gmail.com

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  • abelsmith Dec 11, 2008

    Jaime, sorry my model # is mitsubishi vs-50707. but when I opened it up below the signal board on the right it says model #55707. on the main board it says model #50707. I have horizontal lines that bounce and the pic seems to be shifted downward. Can you tell me what could be the fix for this prob? I've looked for the icp201 but i think that was for the wrong model. Thanks

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Click here to find the 9 volts regulator. You might also want to check radio shack.

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