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Intermittent vertical The problem is the TV vertically collapses intermittently. It seems to get better when it warms up but I am not sure about that.

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Re: intermittent vertical

Find the vertical IC and just resolder all the pins and adjacent component pins. This will fix the problem, this is the result of a dried out solder joints.

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If it is just a collapsed picture and view as a white horizontal line across your screen. Loose vertical IC connection or is start ailing. Best is to reflux its pin with a new lead or resolder it.

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your problem is due to vertical section failure.


 as you say it was intermittent for a while, but now is permanent

please check the followings as given

  • remember you should keep brightness as low as possible to avoid crt burn.
  • there might be loose contact in print or connector loose for deflection coil.
  • check supply to vertical output section
  • check components in vertical output section like electrolytic capacitors & low value resistirs.
  • check verical outout ic .
  • hope this will help
  • good luck.




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have a Mitsubishi TV 1993. Model CS-35301. The problem is that there is a white line that is running through a blank screen. The sound is fine just no picture. Have you heard of "Vertical Collapse?" I would love to save the TV. Hi nothing to worry just minimise brightness to avoid screen burn. "Vertical Collapse?" means one bright hor.line in the middle of screen. this problem can be solved 1 check vertical yoke connector or wire loose 2 check supply to vertical section which normally comes from EHT transformer check components in vertical section or print loose regards thanks

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