I was wondering if anyone would know why a large screen tv would have a problem with the picture shaking for a duration on 20-30 sec every 5 min or so.
Tv, edges are shaky and the colour is kind of lighty flickering. Don't know what is causing it,,, it happened in the middle of playing Fallout 3, and it is on EVERY channel (including AV1 / AV2...)
I don't exactly have the same problem, but when I play fallout 3 on my RCA 52" HD52W58 TV it will completely black out. When it first started happening it would take about 20 minutes to screw up, now it happens as soon as start playing.
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your sony ctv is in sleepmode. so kindly press sleep button at remote control .other wise you swith off tv ( that means remove the mains wire from pluck point) then after 5 minutes switch on it will OK.
Its an easy adjustment but it requires you to work around the deflection yoke on the neck of the picture tube. Above the yoke is a red connector that is carrying 30,000 volts then on the yoke itself you have wires that are connected to the horizontal and vertical circuits that can carry up to a 1200 volt pulse. So this alignment is not for anyone but a technician. I personally would leave the tilt until you can have a technician touch it up for you. Take a moment to rate my answer. Thanks...
you'll need to replace bad capacitors on the vertical circuit stage , no expensive but you need the basic knowledge, and the tools to do it your self , if not . you need a tech
depend on the tech 60 to 80 dls a shop 125
A "Gray Scale" adjustment may solve you problem.
If one of the picture tubes is set too high it will cause these RETRACE lines.
Then too a weak picture tube might cause this.
If the horizontal lines are one color: red, green,or blue then whichever color that is shown would tell you which tube is set too high.
Your set has 3 screen controls that control the brightness of each tube. One may need to be turned down a little.