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Rolling Picture on all inputs -- PIP?

With some help, I replaced 4 capicators on the DM board. For a while, it was back to working normally again. Now I get a rolling picture on all inputs and suspect (from reading other posts) that it may be capacitors in the PIP board. I don't know where the board is, what size the capacitors are, or if there might be an easy fix for this problem. In meantime my TV is down. Thanks.

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Did you replace with same size capacitors or did you change to what is required now, and what size was this?

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When you open the back cover of your TV by unscrewing it..After that the inverter board become visible.

This is the sample picture of inverter board:


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This sounds like a DM problem. To repair this you will have to replace 4 or 7 capacitors (1000uf 35v).
Here are the instructions. Depending on your set this may differ a bit, but the central theme is getting the DM free to be worked on.

This was taken from a TV repair site used by TV technicians.

STEP 1) The DM Module loose. But itcan't be rotate out because of the upper plastic guide.
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STEP2) How the DM Module is rotated out of the TV case. Allow thewires
entering the DM Module to be an axis point of the rotation.That way they barely move and don't get snagged or stretched.
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STEP3) The DM Module out and the side cover of the metal housing removed.
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STEP 4) My setup to do the soldering work.
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STEP5) Up Close of the daughter board and the seven capacitors on
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STEP 6) The daughter board unscrewed and flippedover where you will be soldering.

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STEP 7) The UpperPlastic Guide that must be removed to rotate the DM Module out of theTV set.
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STEP 8) Get this wooden horizontal shelf out (4screws) and getting the upper plastic guide out becomes easy.
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STEP9) Helpful Hint about the wooden shelf and the platic guide that bothneed to be removed.
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I hope this helps
Thank you,

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