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Screen bleeding blue-green along entire length (heighth)left side

Picture starting to "bleed" blue-green along entire left edge.
I've been out of town and just noticed it yesterday and today.
Is this a big problem? Is it something that I can fix? how?
or is indicative of a major/costly problem.
Can you help me please?

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This may be some bad capacitors on the video output board or in along the processing path of the video amp sections. It is also possible that the CRT is causing this.

The set should be properly checked to determine the fault.


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Posted on Apr 19, 2008

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