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White Horizontal line across screen

I recently aquired a Zenith Z32H41D TV. The TV has a white horizontal line centered on the TV screen. Is this a common problem and does anyone know which faulty part is the most likely culprit? Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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It is most likely the vertical deflection IC has overheated and lost its soldering. If you open your TV up, it is a 10-15 pin in a row IC sticking out of the motherboard attached to a heatsink. It should be labeled "IC451." Give it a wiggle, see if it affects the picture, You may have to resolder them in place.

The IC may be hard to find, look for a peice of metal that is sticking out of the motherboard, attached to a small chip. I fixed a samsung tv that had it in the middle area.

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