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Toshiba 27D46 27" TV Problem

I'm having the same problem with my Toshiba.  What did the repair shop specify as the problem, and how much did it cost?  Thanks!

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  • annie07 Jun 26, 2008

    I have the Toshiba 27D46 also and the same problem, a big white horizontal line across the middle of the screen. Sometime the full picture comes back and sometimes not. Has anyone had this problem diagnosed? Know what's causing it? I understand from the manual the picture tube is warranted for two years. Any help out there? This is driving us crazy! Thanks.

  • Glenn.M Dec 06, 2008

    I also have a vertical problem Screen squished to about 1/4'. I have replaced ic401 and a few of the caps around the ic. After i replaced the ic the picture went back to normal for about 30secs then back to the same problem.Like I said before I replaced a few of the caps in the vertical section, I am thinking its a cap , But I do not know what one to look for. Also I went over all solder joints for cold solders and everything looks good. If somebody can pont me to the right caps or parts to look at PLEASE HELP!!

  • mdt28 Dec 22, 2008

    Hi Robotek,

    I am unfortunatelly another person that has the white horizontal line on my TV. It use to come and go while I was watching it but now it is constant. Even if I turn it off and on, it is still there. I read all of your reports on this problem. I have had the TV apart to try and look at the boards and soldier joints but I am not sure where I should exactly look. Do you have any advice on the location of the vertical soldier joints or possibly a picture or diagram of this. Thanks for your help and advice. Mike (mdt28@verizon.net) Have a safe and happy holiday season!

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It will not be the picture tube. Your set will have cracked solder joints in and about the vertical output stages. This is not a major repair, and will require re-soldering of that stage, and maybe a few capacitors replaced as a cursory repair as preventative maintenance. should cost between $50-80 depending on who you get to look at it. If you are quoted a price higher than this, I suggest ringing around repair guys in your area and be careful to explain exactly what you have described the fault as here.

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