Question about RCA Televison & Video
I have an RCA TV, model # F2565BL. 1994. I have one horizontal line across the screen. I don't have a diagram. Is this solvable?
If you look closely at that line, you can probably see it shift color; this is caused by the video that is now compressed in height.
The failed circuit is call a vertical amplifier and there are so many ways to accomplish this I can't give you a part number to look for inside but it should not be an expensive repair; parts and labor should be around $50 to $75 US.
If you have a service shop for standard TVs in your area, call them with the brand and model number and tell them you were told that the vertical amplifier (or section) has failed. They should be able to give you a fairly accurate quote.
If you were still satisfied with brightness and color, it isn't a bad idea to have it done since it is unlikely that ANY new, flat panel set will live even half as long as your RCA.
Posted on May 11, 2010
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