Question about Televison & Video
The first thing needed is a Service Manual. This will help you take the TV apart and remove circuit boards properly without damaging anything. This Service Manual will give you factory part numbers for replacement circuit boards plus other helpful information about the TV. Here's where you can get one:
You can shop around the net for cheaper or maybe free one. But, free Service Manuals are rare.
When you take the TV apart, I'm 90% sure the bottom left side buffer board needs to be replaced. Sometimes called a Scan Drive Board or Buffer Board. The Boards on the bottom control the vertical image and the Boards on the side control the horizontal image. The right board controls the right side and the left board controls the left side ( Well, you get the idea ). It maybe a good idea to have both bottom boards replaced. One board goes bad and the other board is probably not to far along to go bad.
Good places to find replacement boards ( at a non rip-off price ) are at Shopjimmy.com or E-bay. Just make sure the part numbers match up on the board itself or the Service Manual.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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