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Very dark picture and lines in the tv. if you leave it on for a real long time then it starts to work a little better

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Sounds almost like a high voltage drive problem.

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Repeat if you have any green or red arcs.

Use some locktite on the knobs when you have them where you want them, i've used nail polish if I didn't have locktite available.

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