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White lines accross the top of the screen.

It started 3 weeks ago first
2lines then 10 lines.
What can I do?

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  • franbertrand Dec 14, 2008

    white lines across the top

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Replace vertical output ic ,and maybe 2 capacitors 100uf 35v. 2.2uf 50v

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