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SVA E2939FQU Turning on TV has a blue vertical line in center of screen. I have tried all, the Company no longer has parts for it either? can this be fixed with generic parts and cheaply??

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  • Anonymous Jan 19, 2008

    my brother and I have same model both displayed verticle line within one week of each other.

  • lyndamejia Jul 08, 2008

    I have an sva tv model E2939FQU it has sound and black screen except for vertical line down the center of screen. I tried the solution that FIXYA gave me yesterday and can't find the 120k resistor that is supposed to be bad and I don't want to pay again for another solution





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I have sva E2939FQU TV with sound,but no picture except for vertical line down center of screen. fixya told me to check a 120k resistor by the blue video output on a heatsink, but no luck, now what?

Posted on Jul 10, 2008

  • lyndamejia Aug 15, 2008

    who wants to find out how to fix the problem on the SVA E2939FQU blue line up and down center of screen for free.fixya! gave me an idea ,but they were'nt even close and it cost me about $15.If you want to know how to fix most mitsubishi big screens just let me know.

  • lyndamejia Aug 15, 2008

    change capacitor C441 .33@250v and sometimes its a burn on the circuitboard under another capacitor in the same area by hi voltage transfomer. Mike

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Sure!!. TDA 78041 or Tda 78040 I can help you, let me know model number tv.

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