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Line across the screen

Im getting sound and thonly picture i have is a line across the acreen

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This is a CRT based set and should have a small falt IC attached to a heat sink with the markings LA7837 or something similar. This is the vertical IC. Many times, the problem you are seeing is caused by poor solder connections at the pins of that IC. Try resoldering the pins first. If that failes to resolve the problem, replace the IC. The part will cost $10-$15 and should be available on the web. If you are not sure you have the corect IC, please post the marking on it and I'll confirm you have the correct one.

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HELLO
I have already answered some queries on this sort of problem. If the line is running horizontal, thin, bright and in the centre of the screen then you have field collapse. Cause is usually the field output IC failing or capacitors.
Either way, it looks as if it will have to be serviced! (:-).

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