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Vertical rolling The TV, a VS-5014CA Mitsubishi, is old but hasn't been used much, consequently the picture is good. The problem is the picture is in a continuous vertical roll. Any ideas on what to do to fix the problem? I appreciate your help. Thanks. Al

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    Mitsubishi CK-27306 TV picture rolls and can spray the area around the Vertical Output IC LA7837 and it quits. I have check the cap beside the IC but it does not help the problem.

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    Our picture is rolling on the tv



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Does you set have PIP (picture in picture)? If it does then the PIP module has a bunch of capacitors that have gone bad (dried out and leaked) causing you to loose vertical sync. Vertical synchronization is what locks your picture keeping it from rolling. Even if you don't have PIP then still you have a vertical sync problem. The set would have to be checked by a tech to find exactly what's happening. Stargazer

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