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No picture My tv worked fine one day and then slowly started to get a thin blue line through the center on occasion. Recently, the thin blue line is the only thing on the screen. No picture whatsoever.

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Re: No picture

A bright thin line in centre is called horizontal line. first of all do not keep tv on unless it is rectified. BUT If you want to put on tv keep brightness minimum to protect your screen for any demage. now solution your problem is in vertical section. 1 check vertical supply. 2 check parts in vertical section or loose contact. 3 yoke connrctor loose 4 ic defective It is not serious problem can be rectified easily

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