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Quasar 36" big screen purchased in 1998 needs minor repair.

Picture seems to "vibrate" when volume is turned up loud or when someone walks across the floor. Sometimes then it will reduce to a thin line across the bottom of the screen. This is only once in a while, otherwise works perfectly.

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I would say that you have a loose solder connection in the vertical deflection circuit. Most likely a pin on the output IC
has cracked loose from the circuit board.
A drop of solder in the right place might fix this.
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Posted on Feb 19, 2008

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