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Depending on your Toshiba model this may be an issue with the hypermodule. When it fails it will make the TV zig zag looking. One quick test is to see if your picture-in-picture window looks normal. If so the hypermodule is the issue. You can google Z1234TV to locate parts.
It shound like a typical problem with your Hypermodule. It will make the video distorted or ziz zag shapped in most cases. If you are a decent do it yourselfer you can get a rebuild kit from www.TvRepairKits.com. They have put together a kit that includes all the parts and detailed step by step photo instructions.
Most Hyper modules are no longer available from Toshiba. Hyper modules go bad due to problems in the power supply. Which also needs attention. We have developed a method of repairing the modules. We are a Toshiba dealer in Milwaukee. Note: What you read on the Internet is only a guess. You guess at you own expense and risk. A dealer assumes that risk for you and provides a warranty. Elmbrooke@gmail.com
this is a very common occurance in these sets. toshiba has issued a servece bullteen with this set. Sorry to tell you this but this is a problem with some very small capacitors on what is known as the hypermodule. in my shop we fix 2 to 5 of these a month. you really have to know how to solder. Idealy replace the hypermodule is the best way. but......that board is hard to find. so we replace these 11 very very small componets with twezzers and a big magnifier. we charge about 250 to 350 for this repair.
Good for You. First remove hypermodule from chasis remove top cover and replace the 11 10 uf 16 volt caps cx270,cx230,cx221,cx178,cx261,cx250,cx241,cx541,cx670, c514. the hypermodule is a cuircit that stand verticaly behind the input jacks on the back. it is a plug in board. unsolder the tabs and gently unplug. I do not know your experence with surface mounts but that board is easly damaged. and it no availbe.
Zebra19. This problem is a common occurance in these sets. So common that there is a service bulliteen to service centers on it. Fixing it is not easy though. It ivolves 11 very very small micro capacitors. on what is known as the hypermodule. In an ideal world replacing the hypermodule is the best course of action. but.. these are almost impossible to find. if you are very good at soldering and have a lighted magnifer and very small twezzers it can be fixed. but if you damage the board....... i have done this repair about 6 times.. replacing them is what need to happen. 11 10 microfard surface caps
this is the hypermodule ... it is a board in a sheilded can that plugs in behind the input termals in the back. kind hard to get too. the caps are the small circular components that you see with the red and black marks on it.
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this is a common problem i see at the shop it involves what is known as the hypermodule. there is a group of 11 capacitor.. these are surface mounted and very small and difficult to replace. in an ideal situation replaceing the hypermodule would be best.. but if if understand right this is no longer availble. 2nd option is sending the board in and leting a technician replace caps..3 and most difficult is replaceing the caps yourself.. i do not recomend this...i would recomend 1 and 2
this is very common with these sets. the fix is to replace 11 very very smal capacitor on what is known as the hypermodule. The ideal sitation is to replace the hypermodule. if you can find it. I can do this repair. I have done about 10 at the shop. if you need to i would suggest finding someone who is very experence in surface mounted repair