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CRT TV with a white line half way up the screen

My brother-in-law has a CRT TV that has a white line half way up the screen and there in no picture above that white line. The picture is fine below the line but not above it. Any Ideas? I am unsure of the model number I believe it is a Samsung. If needed I can get more info on it. Thanks

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  • Andrew Hawkins
    Andrew Hawkins Jan 06, 2009

    Thanks, that should be a piece of cake for me, I swapped out the convergence ICs on my big screen and it works fine. Thanks again

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Hello,

The white line is result of a Vertical failure. Believe it or not, the whole picture is contained in that one white line, but it is not spread out from top to bottom on the screen.

Usually, a vertical failure is IC or capacitor related. Should be an easy, fairly inexpensive fix for a competent repair shop.

Hope this helps you...

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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