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Toshiba 27" standard def. TV

I'm wondering what the white narrow lines mean at the top of the screen. They seem to be going deeper down the screen by the day.

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Re: Toshiba 27" standard def. TV

White narrow lines mean at the top of the screen called top retrace lines it is due to vertival section. any high value elec. cap might be defective.

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