Question about Televison & Video
It could be the convergence IC's that need replacement. It could also be a problem with the many capacitors/resistors around the IC's.
If you are confident enough to try a DIY, here is a good step by step guide with pics to assist you. But beware, if you have no prior experience, I wouldn't recommend opening the set, as there are voltages inside that can KILL.
I suggest you get a qualified service technician to take a look and get the TV fixed.
Posted on May 24, 2008
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