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Vert deflection problem

I have a Slvania 27" tv that had no vert deflection I replaced the vert. ic and got the picture back, but now I have an over scan on the top 1/3 of the screen. Mod # STR22278 (CHIP REPLACED WAS A "LA78041") it seems like a bad cap. in the vert. cir. any quick fixes

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  • Karl Berger Mar 14, 2008

    thank you Jaime867 I have been out of the repair business for about 8 years.

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You are correct about having a dry or leaky capacitor that is causing those lines to show on the top of the screen.
Check the caps with low capacitance like 1uf, 10uf, 47uf, etc.
No quicker fix for this one until you change the capacitors.
Hope this helps.

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