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My vs-60607 has waving lines

10 to 15 minutes after start up the lines go away, and a couple of times the top half of the screen has gone black, what might be the problem, thanks a loyal mitsubishi tv owner

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    Frank Heusser Mar 13, 2009

    my vs60607 has all lines through the tv until it gets warm. that could take up to an hour. what might be the cause.

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Postive 9v regulator on the signal board and possible capacitor right next to it. the regulator is generic 7809. if you test the output it will be 6 or 7v needs to be 9. when the lines go away it is warm and will read 9v. so do the test cold. i'm assuming you know how to use a multimeter. if not then a local repair shop can do this for you.

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