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Horizontal line very dull , vertical line normal

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If Your screen shows a: white vertical line on a black screen or, a white...


If Your screen shows a: white vertical line on a black screen or, a white horizontal line on a black screen:
Your TV vertical or, horizontal power transistor or, chip is getting too hot.
A vertical line indicates the horizontal circuit is at fault, a horizontal line indicates the vertical circuit is at fault.
To troubleshoot: Turn on your TV untill the line shows then: after about a minute, remove power (unplug) the TV, remove the TV back cover, carefully using your finger find the too hot transistor or, chip; or, use component coolant; spray the too hot component with a component cooler repower the TV, until the screen comes back to normal. To fix: apply white sylicone coolant cream to the back of the too hot transistor or, chip. or, if there is room, a small fan can be wired in to cool the part. Radioshack sells the cream and, also a "component cooler spray" that should find and, fix this problem, also; with power removed you can, if you feel it is safe; carefully (with only one hand) feel the part; it will be very hot! (it could burn your finger!) Do not touch anything else! (this will not hurt the tv; when the picture comes back on (the offending part has cooled) you have found the problem part.

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TV shows either: black screen with: white vertical or, horizontal line


If Your screen shows a: white vertical line on a black screen or, a white horizontal line on a black screen:
Your TV vertical or, horizontal power transistor or, chip is getting too hot.
A vertical line indicates the horizontal circuit is at fault, a horizontal line indicates the vertical circuit is at fault.
To troubleshoot: Turn on your TV untill the line shows then: after about a minute, remove power (unplug) the TV, remove the TV back cover, find the too hot transistor or, chip; using component coolant; spray the too hot component with the component cooler until the screen comes back to normal. To fix: apply white coolant cream to the back of the too hot transistor or, chip. or, if there is room, a small fan can be wired in to cool the part. Radioshack sells the cream and, also a "component cooler spray" that should find and, fix this problem, also; with power removed you can, if you feel it is safe; carefully (with only one hand) feel the part; it will be very hot! (it could burn your finger!) Do not touch anything else! (this will not hurt the tv; when the picture comes back on (the offending part has cooled) you have found the problem part.

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Is it normal to run a 16" vertical tie in to a horizontal exit


No, Exhaust vents on heaters should always maintain vertical orientation because heat rises and creates a natural drafting drawing the fumes out. You have a monoxide poisoning situation otherwise.

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Red and blue ghosting,


The most likely cause is shorted convergence chips and possibly a few pico fuses.

These sets need to have all three colors - RED - BLUE - GREEN - lined up correctly on the screen in order for the picture to look normal. This is called convergence.

When its out of alignment the video will look 3-D, wavy, distorted, etc. Most of the time you just need to adjust your convergence in the menu. If you cannot adjust it in the menu - then your convergence is broken and needs to be repaired. Convergence problems are very common on all Projection TV sets including Sony,Samsung,JVC,Philip Magnavox,Panasonic,Akai,Pioneer2_bing.gif Hitachi,Mitsubishi,Zenith and others.
You can get a convergenece repair kit with instructions from the links below.

Here are some of the most common problems with these sets...

Problem #1) Convergence

Yours may have one or more of the following symptoms...

*Screen Looks 3-D
*Colors wont align
*Screen may look distorted or warped
*No Audio/Video - TV Shuts down - May also make a constant chirping sound

Problem #2
Another common problem is dull or washed out video.

Your set may have one or more of the following symptoms....

*Dull looking picture
*White looking picture
*Halos around objects
*Red/Orange looking picture

You can see some more examples and find a fix herebb0cf99.png http://www.fixya.com/support/r2861467-solution_video_looking_whiteish_dull

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Philips TV (old) showing a horizontal line in center of screen


Check for the cracked solder joints on the IC or dried capacitors on the vertical side

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Monitor disply movable horizontal lines.


yes you first check the supply at vertical ic 12v if present then replace that vertical ic if supply is not present then check the regulator ic in smps if faulty then replace it

Nov 20, 2008 | SAMTRON 55V 15" CRT Monitor

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Screen displaying a thin white very bright horizontal line.... plz help


problem in vertical section.

1. Solder the vertical ic

2. vertical ic supply capacitor problen.

3. dry points in neck board.

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Tv not showing a picture


Hello e26pitts,

If the line is horizontal then it could be a problem in your vertical deflection section, if the line is vertical then the problem is in your horizontal deflection section. Now for a little more detail.

If Horizontal line is present the vertical section of the yoke transformer is nit responding to current flowing through it due to being open, or the vertical coupling capacitor is open, or even the vertical drive transistor might be defective.

If Vertical line is present the horizontal section of the yoke transformer might be bad. Now this gets kind is easy in a way, because the yoke would be the sole cause of your problem here (maybe there is some circuitry doing some horizontal coupling check that to) because the horizontal section controls other functions that would also respond if this were a horizontal drive issue. In any event these problems should be checked by a qualified TV technician, I would suggest that you take the TV to a repair shop to have it worked on.

I hope this helps
Thank you,
Shuttle83

Mar 21, 2008 | Televison & Video

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