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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this is a capacitor that has gone bad in the vertical delfection stage of the tv. it is an very easy and cheap fix if you know someone who knows how to solder and replace electronic components. If not then you'll just have to get another tv as taking it into a tv repair shop is not worth the cost. You could get another tv for what they will charge you to repair it,
Posted on May 31, 2009
It should be on the main power board, near where the power cord plugs into the set. It will be quite a large cap, you can check its value by reading the value on the side of it, ensure the you replace it with the same value cap.
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
I had a problem like that so I disabled the tv's onboard tuner (input source)and now we use the cablebox's video and audio out to the video and video in jacks on the TV this will work as long as you have a cable box or sat reciever for your video and audio source and of course your TV must have video and audio inputs so it will work.
Good luck Rich
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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