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How do I replace all 21 Capacitors?

It seems i have the same problems as every one else. My TV must warm up and then no more horizontal lines. I can not afford the repair, so how or were can I find out how to replace these 21 capacitors?

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  • Anonymous Dec 31, 2007

    like wise...have the rolling picture when warm up it clears.



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