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I have a Toshiba 36A43 TV. Sometimes when I turn it on the picture will not be complete like its garbled some. It flickers for about 15 seconds or so and then the picture stabilizes and it will then be OK. Color is garbled up during this time also.

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The tv has an intermittent problem in the video circuit and related circuit.it could be some cold solder that needs to be resolder.contact the tech to do the repairs.good luck

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Need a manual for a TV model 36A43 serial # 14884246


Retrevo has the manual for the 36A43 here: http://www.retrevo.com/support/Toshiba-36A43-TVs-manual/id/311ag723/t/2/ . You will need to enter a code to download the PDF.

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maybe you have weak filter capacitor! at the regulated power supply in cold area..

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It sure sounds like you have a classic case of bad solder joints. Resolder all the connections on all boards.

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