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Panasonic - Poor Picture Quality

I have a panasonic tx-80v02a, getting a bit old now, bought in Feb 2003. When I first turn on the TV the picture quality is poor with lines before coming good after about 30mins. Is there anything I can do?

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  • jochle Sep 10, 2008

    I have the same TV: Panasonic TX-80V02A and was fine for over five years but now the screen is black except for a thin red horizontal line in the centre of the screen. The sound comes is fine.

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There can possibly one problem. If you check on tube bords. There is a white plug that plugs into the tube. If you carefuly open that white plug, there is 2 silver contact point, called the spark. clean it with benine., but it must be clean. If you have to use small peace of sand paper ok. But afther that use clear Q-Tex (for Nails) and cover points. Let it dry and set will be ok.

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