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Mitsubishi big screen tv

Horizonal lines going up and down on tv all over the place, use to be could keep turning the tv off and on and then the picture would be clear but now does not go away. What could be wrong, tv is about 4 years old

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Re: Mitsubishi big screen tv

Don't know the model # but you can check c2p08 100 uf @16v off pin 3 of IC2p03. This is usually the problem with these sets. For more info

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