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We have thin white horizontal lines across the top of our 27'' Toshiba TV. They extend down about 3-4''. You can see through them but it is very distracting. Is there a solution for this? They run across the entire width of the TV screen.

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Check Vertical IC capacitors may be drying up. Or check its voltage supply.

Just for the input.

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

  • fougzki Apr 22, 2009

    I forgot to add this applies to crt type tv.



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