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TV has a thin horizontal line across the screen

Our 8 yr. old Sanyo tv, when first turned on, has the whole picture in a thin line across the screen, horizontally. After about a half hour, a normal picture covering the whole screen will appear. This has happened for two days now.
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Intermintence in vertical IC deflection its a job for experienced tech need to look for that circuit and do fine job resolding that IC

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Hello , i connect cameras with tv monitor and is very clear picture . When i connect cameras with h.264 dvr to tv i get thin lines across the picture , what can i do ?

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