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Samsung TV. Model - TX-P2670WH Blurry, Fuzzy Picture (comes/goes)

Samsung TV. Model - TX-P2670WH

This has been an ongoing problem. The picture looks very blurry and the signal comes in and out poorly. its just a ton of static lines most of the time. Over time this goes away for the most part, but it can take a few hours to warm up. This happens with the coax line, as well as all others. Its definitely the TV not the cords or the devices going into it.

I have electronics repair experience, but before I open it up i would like to research as much as possible. Any idea on where to start? my theory is that it is some bad Caps in there.

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SOURCE: Samsung TX-P2670WH 26" tv squealing

hi there, you do have a problem at the hozintal section, check the FBT and some parts at the horizontal section and at the power supply section. ty

Posted on Jan 01, 2008

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