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Electronics skills Yeah, definitely been doing electronics a while. Mostly guitar amps though. I've never been a TV guy, but I did replace a convergence IC on my old Pioneer SD RPTV.

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Replace electrolytic capacitors in the power supply section. start with replacing (2) 860uf 180v caps just after the bridge rectifier and continue along the circuit. Some (15) or so capacitors later, it will clear the horizontal bars and lines and any high pitched noise that comes along with it.

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A little research has indicated that an "E03 error"
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There is little else that could be the problem. Hopefully you didn't damage your guitar too badly. If the guitar was in front of me, it would be a relatively easy diagnosis.

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