Question about Zenith D52WLCD 52" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
Most likely a fault in the vertical deflection circuit or sometimes but rare, in the video circuit. Your problem could be a vertical registration problem(convergence), a bad vertical drive or verical output falure, or a fault at the sweep power suply that feeds the voltage to the verticle circuit. In my opinion, this repair, if it is what I think it is, should run anywhere from 200 bucks, all the way up to 450 bucks.depending on what has to be done. These sets have no user replaceable parts inside them, so trying to fix them yourself these days can not only be dangerous, but if you do not have the right training to work on these solid state sets, can also be alot of guesswork.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
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