Question about Televison & Video
We chatted previously, remember to reseat the cables that go to the section of the screen that is distorted. The Y drive boards will be on the left side of the tv (when viewed from back) and there will be about 8 ribbon cables hooking these board to the plasma panel. If you can, look at each square black chip on the board. Each chip drives the picture (row - horizontally) so one chip may be blown causing your issue. It will likely have a small pin sized hole burned in it if bad. You can replace the corresponding board (upper y, lower y) to fix the issue. Hopefully reseating the cables will do it, for a part free fix. Let me know when you get the TV open and I'll assist more. Thanks again!
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
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