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Screen goes n and out

Screen gets big then it shrinks when i cut the tv on

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That means that one of the convergence ICs had blown, the website below reports instructions on how to fix the problem.

Fixing Convergence problems in RPTV's

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I know this isnt something you want to hear but your best bet is to call a repairman and have him come out and repair the tv before you completely lose the picture.thats where its headed now is the loss of the picture.its probably the transformer going bad but the only way to know for sure is to let a person that knows tvs fix it for you.

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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I'm assume its shrinking from to to bottom ?
if it is, that would be in the verticale deflection circuit

Its possible its a ic or some caps or both.

Please explain in more detail the issue.

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Please provide details about screen gets big then shrinks?
What does it mean when you cut the TV ON?
Thanks.

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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May be the power supply is not good check with the stablizer and power in other places

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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