Question about Toshiba CN36G97 TV
Bad components in the horizontial/vertical output. High voltage (flyback), even a bad relay or weak component. These 'steady' failures are often thermal problems as some components fail, they work when cold, turn them on, they heat up, they fail, they cool off, they work. You can pinpoint with some cold spray. When it fails hit the chip or component you suspect with the spray, if it comes right back. Thats your circuit.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
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