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  • mommyjoy Feb 24, 2009

    Tv was working fine. Unplugged for while. When plugged back in, can only get black screen whth white horizontal line across center of tv. Only 1 year old!

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For Sanyo general problem. No HV, horizontal output transistor always busted, have already check
the surrounding components. pls help me solve the problem.

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