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H line


Your H line or Horizontal line is caused by a loss of vertical drive. As intermittent as you have, probably bad solder joint at the vertical drive IC. If you have no experience in soldering, then my recommendation is to have it professionally repaired.

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BLACK LINE


sounds like a video board died..

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I have a horizontal line through the tv with no picture


By now you've probably replace this with a Flat Screen LCD, LED or Plasma unit. But the answer to your original problem is a loss of vertical drive. Possibly just a bad solder joint @ the vertical IC.

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STANDBY INDICATOR FLASHES FOUR TIMES.


this is a indiciation of loss of vertical deflection. is the a thin horizontal line? I have found feferences that capacitor c517 in the horizontal cuircit was shorted cause this .. cant be sure... also other components that might be at fault is the vertical ic 1509 transitor q1505 vertical buffer.

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Describe your Sansui DTV2760 27" TV Problem Loss of picture. A very thin line goes across the screen.


vertical line = bad horizontal output transistior
horizontal line = bad vertical output transistor

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Vertical line picture


problem is caused by the loss of horizontal deflection signal. It is quite surprising that the entire unit is still working, since usually, a loss of H-Out will disable the entire set. Problem can be as simple as loose solder connection to a more complicated defective horizontal circuit. I would suggest havint it checked by a professional TV tech.

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Panasonic PT-51HX43G no picture


You have a loss of horizontal deflection. It is a possibility that you have burned that line down one or more of the CRT's. The repair wil take the help of an expert since the horizontal section puts out signals of 1200 volts or more.

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Aspire 5600 gets horizontal lines on lcd


Hello,

The horizontal line means that there is a loss connection in the horizontal projection of the monitor. This can be resolved by fixing the horizontal panel board that gives error. this require quite expert in the LCD troubleshooting. However, if you believe that you can do it, ok you may proceed.

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Horizontal White Line


Sounds like something is getting hot causing voltage loss or drive pulse loss to the vertical IC. Maybe you have a bad solder joint. Try tapping the circuit board around the vertical section. A capacitor could be heating and opening up. Stargazer Also you might try using circuit cooler spray and make the problem show up.

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Horizontal Lines in picture


CHECK C2P08 100 UFD 16 V OFF PIN 3 OF IC2P03 (3.2 VOLT REGULATOR) ON THE SIGNAL PCB. HOPE THIS HELPS!

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