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Toshiba TV White line middle of screen how to fix it.

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Vertical deflection problem. Vertical output IC, pump up cap, power to output problem, bad connections, jungle IC. Its a good idea to replace all electrolytic caps near the output IC. Bad caps cause it to run hot and self destruct.

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Whtie line in middle of toshiba tv cx32h60

The vertical sweep output has failed. Check the vertical output section circuits for any loose solder terminals. Check all the solder terminals of the vertical output IC. Resolder all the suspected solder terminals by applying a little more solder. If these do not help you, replace the vertical output IC.

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The vertical sweep output is absent. Check its vertical output section circuit for the fault. Check all the solder terminals of that section, and resolder them by applying a little more solder. Take special care to the solder terminals of the vertical output IC. If these do not help you, check and replace the vertical output IC.

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The picture with my television has gone out. The sound is fine but there's only a white line across the middle of the television. How can I fix the picture?

The Toshiba sets are well known for this problem, the tv has a vertical deflection issue caused by the vertical ic and a few small capacitors going bad, I recommend a tv technician for the repairs.

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My 15 year old Toshiba Televisiononly shows a narrow horizontal band in the middle of the screen. Sound OK.

Hiii fairley,

You aren't specsificly dercribe yor tv set.
For common TV horizontal problem ;i.e : White line accross the horizontal screen, horizontal band,'s can solved by replacing the IC Vertical/Transistor, and olso to replace the cap nearest the IC.

For common TV Vertical Problem :i.e : White line at the center of the screen (top to bottom),Vertical band,etc...It's can cure by Replacing the Horizontal IC/Transistor,and offcurse the cap's.

Tha's what all I know....

Hope can help you to solved the problem.



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Did you mean the picture is collapsed only in the middle horizontally(white line appears on the middle part of the screen)?
If that is the case, maybe vertical IC failed or loose connection.

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I fixed the problem by taking it to a repair shop

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im pretty sure you cant fix that you probably need to buy a new one.. i know that because my somputer has a white line that runs right down that middle, not all the time but sometimes. my father looked into fixing it and he found out that you have to buy a brand new screen or tower or something like that.

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vertical output IC has loose solder joints.if you continue to let it operate this way it will etch a burn line across the face of the tube so discontinue use.

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