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Mitsubishi CK-3526R TV

Vertical Hold out. The picture likes to roll up and down rapidly, for a couple of moments. Has a tendency to do it when the picture on the screen is very white or light. There's no vertical hold knob to adjust.

I have no experience trouble-shooting tv's, but I'm savvy enough that if you give me complete directions, I'm confident I can open it up and work on it.

Thank you!

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  • damon953 Dec 07, 2008

    Currently, all I have is the TV and remote. I don't have any of the tools or schematics you've mentioned. I have used a soldering iron before, so if the tools are inexpensive give me a list and I'll go get them. Thx.

  • jason May 11, 2010

    do you have soldering tools and the wick that takes the old solder off ?, and a meter for testing components? or access to a schematic for it?

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Not sure what light picture has to do with problem  but no there is no  vertical hold control  prob bad electrolytics invertical feed back circuit, need tech..

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