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Tv picture is shrunk to the middle of the screen and turns off

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If you mean line across middle no vertical deflection prob circuit prob. need tech.

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Zenith C27A24T 27" TV does


Greetings - You need to have you DVD player hooked up to the video inputs - See below. Don't mind the mouse scratch out lines. The Device on the right represents your DVD player.

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You then have to choose video as your source on the TV (not channel 3 or 4) using your remote - see below.
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You should be good to go.

Enjoy your movies,

Mikeywaf




May 22, 2011 | Zenith C27A24T 27" TV

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When I turn my TV on, I have sound but only a horizontal white/color line across the screen. My TV is an old Zenith 25" floor model.


You can buy a new one for less than 200 bucks. I'd advise you do this. It sounds like you need a new
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Dec 31, 2010 | Zenith C27A24T 27" TV

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Codes for tv


Check on your Manual or Download it from the Net ...Like Exemple (Download Zenith C27A24T 27 TV Manual Also Check on Roger TV Web Page They got all the code for any TV ...Good Luck

Sep 29, 2010 | Zenith C27A24T 27" TV

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My zenith tv's picture is shrunk to the middle of the screen, also it turns off after about ten seconds and won't turn back on..


you have 2 problems 1 is that your power supply is going bad and 2nd is that 1 of your caps. is going bad. the capasater is what keeps your screen vert. and hor. the part for this is cheap but very dangerous to put in. sorry about the bad news. i had a tv do this to me and sometimes i could hit the side of it and it would be ok for a while. hope this helps

Dec 13, 2008 | Zenith C27A24T 27" TV

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Dark picture after storm.


Dark picture? hmm.
meaning there is no brightness variation, assuming this is the fault I think U might be having low screen voltage. Check for high value ( around 2W) resistor, preferably from 100K to 680K on the "C" board or neck board. Post back
Rifaa

Nov 03, 2008 | Zenith C27A24T 27" TV

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Black screen


This is a failure of the vertical circuit. It can be either poor connections at the vertical IC or a defective IC. If you can solder, you can fix this yourself. Please confirm that the model is C27A24T so I can get you the correct part number and costs.

Thanks,
Dan

Oct 30, 2008 | Zenith C27A24T 27" TV

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Power Button


there is a line fuse inside the set should be a 4 amp, could be blown and if it would blow again you have a short on the board. (if u r to try it don't forget to unplug tv!)

Oct 29, 2007 | Zenith C27A24T 27" TV

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Picture problems


If the line goes across the screen you have a loose solder joint on the vertical output IC. I've seen this happen many times in Zeniths and a lot of other sets. If the IC is not loose then there is a loose solder joint somewhere else in the vertical circuit. These IC's are 10 - 13 pin chips that operate the vertical deflection on your set. I feel like a drop of solder in the right place will fix it! Stargazer

Apr 10, 2007 | Zenith C27A24T 27" TV

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