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No display in the top 4" area and a slight reflection of the top 4" or etc appears in the next 4" area below. 1. If this is a major board problem, is purchasing a board or another TV my best option? What is the cost of a board if this is the problem? 2. Is there a charge for your verbal consultation? Thanks Joe

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Re: No display in the top 4" area and a slight reflection...

Your problem is called fold over.

this is due to vertical section

you can check the following

loose contact in vertical output feed back circuit.

electrolytic capacitor failure in vertical output ckt.(THIS IS VERY VERY COMMON PROBLEM  as after few years capacitor gets dry)

 If this is a major board problem,?

no, not major problem

no need to go for new tv

as per charge is concern it should be nominal.

hope this will help.


hope this will help.

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