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Sony KV-27V66 Tv Problem

I had the TV for almost 8 years and recently when I turn the TV I can see picture wavy (waves distortion) and after being turned for a while the waves decrease but don't disappear.

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Re: Sony KV-27V66 Tv Problem

I would have someone check the electrolytic capacitors in the power supply or deflection circuits. You can check them with an ESR meter. Any good technician should have one. I bet one or two of the caps are leaky.

Posted on Dec 14, 2007

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