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Mitsubishi TV CS35313

When the tv is first turned on there is a wide band across the top where the picture is very dim. After the tv warms up there is a white line running across the top of the screen. Any ideas on what the problem is and/or if the problem can be fixed?

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Re: Mitsubishi TV CS35313

Bad caps in the vertical output and jungle IC section. Check all boards for black runs, leads near/on caps, they leak and eat the copper runs.

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