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On my t.v, the picture rolls with these horizontial lines. whereas you can't see the picture. sometime when I turn the television off an back on it stops

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  • bean257 Mar 30, 2008

    I have the same problem with my Mitsubishi vs 50705 the pirture rolls then there are bars across the screen. THis use to disapper after a while or by turning off and on, but now it wont stop

    I am hesitate using service people as they think you dont know anything and try to take advantage

    Any suggestions?

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The problem may be related to bad capacitors on the PIP module. This is a commom fault as vertical sync runs through the PIP board and this is the symptom of the pip board having bad capacitors the TV rolls.

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