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Replace it with a new IC. It won't cost more.
Try this link to know more about this IC. Electro help

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How to fix a television burn la7833 when i turn my tv

The LA7833 is a monolithic linear IC for vertical deflection
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TV Picture shrinks down more and more until it gets to a line.

You may have a cold solder joint around the Vertical circuit. Resolder the pins of the LA7833 IC and the components around the IC.
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Turned tv on and I get no picture. The power lite blinks slowly instead of staying in constantly

swap out q301 Part# La7833s on board. Discharge crt first. youll need a cheap desolder vacum tool and 30 watt solder iron, Got mine from the shack. also small tube of heat transfer paste for q301. just did my dads set and it works fine now . cant guarantee that will fix yours. part was only 2 bucks plus shipping make sure part is genuine toshiba with the S

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Whent he tv is on, we see a thin horizonal line. the sound is can hear what's going on, just a black screen with thin horizontal line. TV is only 2 years old. Toshiba TheatreView SD


I wish I had a £1 for every time I answered this! This is field collapse where the probable cause is the Field Output IC itself, or dry solder joints on the board where the IC is soldered in.

If you are not familiar with electronics then I urge you contact a service centre in your area.


Nov 09, 2009 | Toshiba 32A33 32" TV

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I am repairing my sister TV {Toshiba TN61X81}. The original was no picture and with sound. Upon troubleshooting the vertical deflection, ihad move the screen control for all 3 crts to see the horinzontal...

The easiest way I have found to set the screen controls is to tune into an old black and white show, turn the green up until you see retrace then slowly turn it down until it just dissapears then adjust the blue and red for a true black and white picture.

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Toshiba 32a32 chassis tac 245 powers up for 1 secopnd then red power light flashes.

just fixed one with that problem it was the vertical output ic Q301
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Postings say to be sure to use the Toshiba part

Aug 17, 2008 | Toshiba 32A32 32" TV

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Toshiba 32A32 won't turn on

just fixed one with that problem it was the vertical output ic Q301
that was shorted. try wicking it out. it is a LA7833S.
Postings say to be sure to use the Toshiba part

Feb 27, 2008 | Toshiba 32A32 32" TV

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Sound but no picture

This is a common problem that shops see every day... Due to the age, size and ultimately the heat this unit generates in several of the component areas it has developed ring cracks in one or more areas. The likely suspects are the convergence amps - this unit uses two STK392-110 Sanyo built amps mounted on a large aluminum heat sink. Or it coud be the vertical Ic, which in your unit is a LA7833 mounted on a smaller heat sink.
You'll have to remove the boards enough to look underneath and see where these components mount to the foil side of the PC board. If you inspect closely enough (get your reading glasses) you should be able to spot one or more of the pins in either of these two areas that are ring cracked. Simply re-flow a little solder on those pins and put it back together...
If any of this sounds too complicated call around and ask what a shop charges to comeout and solve this kind of problem (ring-cracking) causing intermittent picture loss. It shouldn't be costly.
Good Luck

Nov 30, 2007 | Toshiba TP50H95 50" Rear Projection...

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Where buy la7833s

The LA7833 is a vertical IC and available several places here in the states. If you can go online try acme enterprises in Florida for the best prices.
At ACME they're 1.79 american and they do ship to Canada and Mexico...
Hope this helps!

Nov 13, 2007 | Toshiba TP55G60 55" Rear Projection...

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No picture

In the late 70's I was OJT for America West TV, the ink still wet on my CET diploma. I can remember my instructor Bod Fagren saying, "if you're not certain you can do it don't attempt to guess, ask questions..." It sound like what youre describing is a loss of vertical deflection. This is usually caused by the vertical IC having shorted out. In the 61H60 that IC is Q301 an LA7833s Toshiba p/n#23319787 and costs about $20 bucks. But other components feeding that IC, resistors and caps should be tested to determine if the IC failed due to heat or was stressed because of higher than normal voltages. In all a shop usually carries that part on-hand or has access to it. And the repair can usually be completed in a couple of hours. In short, I'd have it done by a reputable shop. Taking the TV to them will help keep the costs down too. If you're not too sure where to find a good repair shop try calling NESDA (National Electronic Service Dealer's Assn.) and they can usually give you a couple of referrals to one of their member's shops in your area. Good Luck Bill

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