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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have a vert sweep problem and unless you know how to trouble shoot this cuircit bring it to a pro. I found out mostly in these sets that the vert output IC is bad.. Also sometimes the b+ filter cap off the fly is leaky and made the IC to fail. Another thing is Im surprised to hear you got a pic with the vert failure and a bright line in the pic!! This could be a big problem when the sets fixed so dont run it too long like this. It could burn a line all the way across the screen and you will see a dark faint line in your pic because of this. BE CAREFULL!!
Posted on Mar 25, 2006
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Posted on Oct 12, 2007
you have a drive ic problem. ic 600, r640 and modification needs to be performed. Take to a Sony servicer. Est.$150 parts and labor
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
YOUR CRT (PICTURE TUBE ) IS GOING BAD . this is the most common way a sony tv crt fails . the tv is to old to make it worth a crt . but if your handy and carefull there is a way to get a little more time out of it . start with the tv cold , remove the back and look on the little board connected to the neck of the crt . there is a control marked "SCREEN " plug in the tv and cable and start it , with it flashing adjust that control , one way will make it flash more and one way less , adjust this no more than you need to , just enough to stop the flashing .NO MORE ! just be carefull the voltages in a tv can KILL . dont touch anything else in there and use a little inslated screwdriver to make the adjustment good luck .... if this answer helped please leave me 4 stars rateing , this high rateing will keep me in the paid answer department , thank you
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
The TV can be fixed as long as the parts needed are still available from Sony. However, as far as trying to determine what part(s) are needed, I wouldn't listen to anyone other than a tech who's actually taken a look at the set or has worked on one with the exact same problem. If you make a call to a local repair shop, especially one that advertises repairing Sony, a nice guy will at least give you a ball park figure as to what the repair will cost you.
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Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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