I foud the solution with a master remote for this tv, it was in the setup of vertical ,using master remote and secret service code. thanks to all for trying to help , the master remote is a specail order and is an all green remoterc (rc92573/01) set not set up right from factory!
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Vertical linearity is more of a DCV bias issue rather than feedback or AC coupling. Hence it would be more apt to suspect resistors rather than capacitors. Of course, it is also possible that the large IC that drives the Vertical output maybe at fault (least likely) but often would have trimpots for adjustment. Most current designs do away with trimpots and rely on self correcting (feedback loop) which is simply a resistor in the 100k range. In certain instances, it could be a thermistor or resistor or diode limiter attached to the yoke itself.
Best would be to use a service manual or at the very least a schematic diagram with voltage readings and compare actual on PCB against schematic.
If you could post back the make & model or preferably the chassis number of the TV, might be able to comment back known common vertical issues.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Click on "publications ordering" (in the list on the lefthand side of the homepage) Click the box for service information. Enter the model number (or click the chassis button and enter the chassis number).
In the list of documents you can purchase for $40 ESIATC32X -- the service manual on CD for your set.
This disk will have the info you need.
If you do decide to purchase it (and I highly reccommend you do so), send me the alignment chapter and I would be happy to post it for others who have the same set on my homepage.
I don't know about this particular philips chassis but I've got a phillips tp3281 with a #32d700-7570 chassis with the same problem: apparently common with philips sets. I opened mine up and discovered the burnt capacitor that others have reported, replaced this as recommended with a higher rated one. In many cases this is apparently ALL that is required to fix the prblm (a 50 cent part)unless other components are also damaged which appears to be the case with mine. This repair is about $150 here locally at a shop which I didn't want to put into a relatively old set. Have you opened up your set yet? Do a Google search on your set and you might find that others have had the same problem and a simple fix could be possible. Also you could check the following site as they seem to be quite savvy and responsive with TV repair questions: http://www.tv-forums.com; Hope that helps!
Your problem is called a vertical sweep problem and is caused by a defective vertical output IC,a bad vertical output coupler capacitor, and/or the b+ from the flyback transformer feed resistor and the filter capacitor. You get a schematic and post it here and I'll show you what parts are the most common in this chassis. You can get a service manual from Sams photo Facts on line and downloadable. Good luck