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Green and purple vertical stripes on our TV screen

Our TV was working perfectly for 3 years, but now when we switch it on, the picture comes on for about a minute, and then the screen becomes mostly green and purple and covered in vertical lines. Sound still works fine. Very grateful for any ideas of what might cause this! Model is a Toshiba 32ZP38B

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Re: Green and purple vertical stripes on our TV screen

The cause is one or more shorted transistors either on CRT board or on main or both. The colors are red,blue and green, you have a transistor for each and a bias trans. check each there are 6 in all.

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