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TV not working properly

When TV is On there is sound but no image, only a horizontal line in the middle of the screen. What could it be?

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You have a vertical problem. See if there are any vertical (height or linearity) controls to adjust. Often there will be screws or knobs on the back.

Otherwise, it could be bad transistor or component in the vertical-deflection circuitry.

Hope this helps. :)

Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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