Question about Televison & Video
I have a Philips TV Model No. 32DW6557/05. The picture horizontal alignment moves across from right to left leaving a black 1 - 2 inches margin. The picture moves back again but not fully. Am I correct in assuming that the Horizontal Synchronization Circuitry is the fault ? If this is the case, does the pcb need replacing ? Can the pcb be repaired ? Does it require specialist tools and knowledge ?
Hi it sounds like a capacitor in the verticle circuit located on the main board. it is near the verticle ic. the verticle ic also could be bad the cost is around 85 dollars for a tv shop to fix. sometime a cold joint could be found around vert ic. a soldering iron is required with solder.tap the side of tv if picture comes back it is just cold solder joint.
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