Question about Sony KP-61HS30 TV
Especially Projection TVs will shut down to protect the projection tubes because loss of proper scan can burn an image into the phosphors in the tube itself. The squiggly lines most likely are a symptom of a failure in the Horizontal output section (the part that scans the picture from left to right), there is also a possibility of the Vertical output section (the part that scans the picture from top to bottom causing the problem. This will require replacing a circuit board or repairing the one in the set at a component level. This is best left to a qualified Technician to do the work.
Posted on May 30, 2010
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