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The image on the TV has sort of condensed and disappeared. Now there is a bright line across the middle of the screen and a sliver of (about an inch) of image above that line. The rest of the screen is all black (no image)

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You have a vertical output IC that needs repaired. You may need to only resolder the vertical output IC. If then you do resolder, you will need to check and replace any capacitor in the immediate area of the vertical IC. A weak or bad capacitor will heat up the IC, and create rings on the pins under the IC. Also check the solder grounds on any resistor and diode that are immediately near this IC. This will bring your TV back to full view. Thanks for asking and show a few hands of support!

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