Question about Toshiba CZ36V51 36" TV
My TV was working good till a few months ago then it went from a 36" screen down to a 2" horizontal line in the middle of the screen. it would go back to normal for a while but it needed a bump on the sides and now nothing brings it back. how can i repair it my self?
Sir, if you are not a technical person what i mean does not really repair like this equipmetns then it will not be easy for you to repair this. but ill give you an idea of what's wrong with your TV. Just cold solder or loosened solder on the vertical amplfier section. But if you can handle soldering and also dismantling the main board then you can just try to find the vertical amp section and look at those solders of parts around for loosened welds. just resolder it. be careful not to short any part or it cause major trouble and make your problem bigger. For a technical person, this trouble is a simple one.
Posted on May 31, 2008
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