Question about Zenith A27A11D 27" TV
This is caused by a device on the television called the "flyback". It is the most dangerous part on the TV and should be set by a trained technician. What is occurring is the flyback
is going in and out of it's correct setting by the device that sets the
voltage output of it. It is called the Focus Foyer or similar flyback
control. Take it to a technician. Have him give you an estimate - I
usually set the cost of repair to 50% of the original cost of the unit
- beyond that it would be cost INeffective. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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