Question about Sanyo DS35510 35" TV
This is called a frame collapse. The Amp that drives the vertical sync has failed. This could be from excesive voltage on the mains, Lightning in the area, if you had or simply general failure. May also be dry joints( or loose connections) in the vertical amp or scancoil terminals. Good Luck,JUS004
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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you can proceed as follow to fix it.
now your problem how to find out whether drive is there or not it is very simple even you donot have scope.
you simply touch with screw driver or meter prob at the poibt where vertical signal is input to vertical stage
if h/line is spreadindg or tries to spread then your output is ok &problem is in drive ckt.
for schematic try given site give model no &download it
hope this will help
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