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When turned on you view only a vertical line. i beleave a power surge caused this. what part or parts do i need to replace. mod no-ps35123. tnank you

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There is no vertical chip in this model/ ctc 169.
it's a transistor- resistor - cap circuit.
It's either the yoke wires on neck of the tube have
become de-soldered or the more likely possibility
is the viliot / white wire from the yoke have simply
become de-soldered if you first re-solder those two
wire chances are good you will restore full picturewhen turned on you view only a vertical line. i - repairtech99.jpg

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You need to change the vertical ic.It is a linear ic mounted with heatsink located near the plyback or resolder the components on the vertical section...tnx please rate my help

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