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Sony 27" picture quality

The top 2 inches of the picture on my 27" Trinatron appears as if it has been folded back 90 degrees into the plane of the TV screen, then it curves back to verticle. Is this a problem that is worth trying to fix.

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  • mrdan Nov 07, 2007

    Thanks - the repair shops will have a little better idea of the work involved when I call for estimates.

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You probably have a leaky or open electrolytic capacitor in the vertical circuit. This will require troubleshooting by a repair specialist, unless you can obtain a diagram and do a little spy work with an oscilloscope

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