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Horizontal bands The other day I turned on my TV and rather than a normal picture the bottom half was blank there was a picture in the next quarter and the top quarter had some short white horizontal lines. between the bands was a bright line. The picture in the middle band is clear and sound is fine. the position of the bands changes every time I turn on the TV. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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Re: horizontal bands

You may have a problem with the vertical output IC.

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