Question about Televison & Video
Hi, so here is the problem, I hope you can help. For a little while when I would first turn on the TV the screen was very wavy and distorted. After letting it warm up for a little while the picture was fine. However, the problem has only gotten worse now and no matter how long you let the TV warm up for, the picture does not get any better. The weird thing is when we hook up the TV thru the component hookup, the picture is still a little wavy at first but then after it warms up, it is fine. I have no idea what I need to do...I am a single mom with two kids and can not afford to hire a repair tech if I really don't have too!! Any help would be greatly appriciated.
Thanks in advance!!
There is a Hyper Module mounted right behind the video inputs board. in most cases you can replace the 10uf surface mounts carefully not to tear the foil. and the set will return to normal. or replace the H/M board. this board is soldered 4 tabs on bottom of main board and then pulls out. good luck list of caps cz52(may not have this cap).. cx261 cx270 cx230 cx178 c514 cx221 cx250 cx241 cx541 cx670
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
Same problem here... Television manufactured Jun 2002. I had a Toshiba laptop hard drive take a dump on me several years back, I should have learned my lesson then.
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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