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I have a 36in. Toshiba tube tv where all of a sudden I have a thin horizontal line across teh center of the screen. Just cutious if it is a simlpe cheap fix or if it needs to be recycled.

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Vertical output circuit problem. transistors electrolytics probley need tech  85.00 to 100.00?.

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