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JVC 48WP30 Rear Projection

I turn on the tv and after about 10minutes it flickers red and sometimes green over the image your watching then goes away and keeps coming back it's perfectly clear but the lines are annoying when they come on and off. Please help? I don't know where to start?

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Are the lines real thin on a slight curved angle when they appear? If so it is probably related to the either the CRT PC boards or the Circuits for the convergence yokes attached to the neck of the tubes as they are all connected in series to each other. let me know if you need further assistance and or parts.

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This is actually not a real hard set for this repair IF it is your problem.

The board that needs to be removed to get at the parts is not large and does not require a lot of time to get out.

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There are "kits" for this but they run over 80 dollars and have a number of parts you will never need or use.

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