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This is usually a zoom or focus lens out of place andcan usually be repaired fairly inexpensively. However, it's not a user serviceable problem and will need to be repairedby a qualified service technician.
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Yes you can go to any tv engineer tell him to replace crt (picture tube) if he agree then purchase new picture tube and replace it if only cabinate is brocken then replace cabinate take care that the reparing cost will not exceed monitors cost if you are a engineer then while reparing yoke coil connect properly it can fit only right not reverse
Sorry to take so long to get to you. Most sony Tuve TV's are pretty good performers for colour. If you are into that sort of thing, so can be worthwhile fixing. If it has power supply problems, may cost you up to $200 to fix. Rule of thumb, if repairs are more than half the replacement cost, it is uneconomic to repair.
The most common cause for the loss of picture is a bad Horizontal Output Transistor
(HOT). but I would suggest you get a detailed
estimate. I think that this would cost you about $60.
The horizontal lines means the vertical amplifier or deflection system
has failed. There are over 100 components in this section and any one
of them, or most of them can be at fault. However, the most common
failure is the VOT or vertical output transistor (which is often buried
inside a chip).
The repair will cost around $150 plus or minus.
FEW TROUBLESHOOTING STEPS YOU CAN TRY:
ONE: Do a hard reset (just to make sure there is nothing in the coding
that is fowling things up). Unplug the power cord; leave it disconnected
for 4 hours. That will restore everything to factory defaults when you
power it back up.
TWO: Do the "whacking test" by banging your fist on a few strategic
places to see if there are any cold solder joints or loose wires acting
up inside the set.
If the above steps don't solve ur problem then I suggest you to go for a repair if you don't have any knowledge of repairing it.