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The picture on my TV Mitsubishi Model CK-35402 keeps rolling.

The picture on my Mitsubishi TV Model CK-35402 keeps rolling. There is no Vertical Hold Button on the set. What do I need to do? Thanks for your advice.

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Does you set have PIP (picture in picture)? If it does then the PIP module has a bunch of capacitors that have gone bad (dried out and leaked) causing you to loose vertical sync. Vertical synchronization is what locks your picture keeping it from rolling. Even if you don't have PIP then still you have a vertical sync problem. The set would have to be checked by a tech to find exactly what's happening. Stargazer

Posted on Mar 10, 2007

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi VS-4506R No vertical hold

Rolling picture

had a few with bad capacitors

Picture of bad caps
http://www.auctioncreations.com/wd62525a.JPG

Posted on Feb 07, 2008

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SOURCE: vertical hold adjustment

Loss of vertical sync or any other problem with your Mits is
likely caused by bad power supply capacitors....they are made by Rubicon and are notorious "leakers"......very tedious and
expensive to fix...................good set back in the day.......T.

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SOURCE: picture keeps rolling

do you have cable to the set or are you on rabbit ears if on ears adjust antenna for the strongest signal.

Posted on Mar 27, 2008

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SOURCE: vertical hold on tv

no control over the remote..but impossible not to have vertical hold control in the TV itself. it should have one maybe at the back.

Posted on Apr 07, 2008

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