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A vertical line goes arcoss the screen when i turn it on. done some research and concluded it would be the vertical capacitor has a loose wire. Ive gone to a couple repair shops and their askin alittle too much to look at it. I was wondering if i could fix it myself. Im looking for a map of the insides so i can locate the problem. Is there any way you can help?

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If you know how to solder try resoldering vertical out put ic ,look for 35uf 100v capacitor.

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