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Scrambled picture TV was working fine. Went to turn it on and picture comes on, but is scrambled. Sound and programing is coming through. The screen is black with small white dots on it and the rest is horizontal lines that are fuzzy. The picture is not clear enough to be seen. Changing channels makes no difference. You can hear the channel change, but same picture. I changed out the cap's about 8 months ago and it has been working fine since. Any idea's???

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Which caps on which boards as that sounds like a issue with the signal and FMT PCB. The v26 chassis like yours has problems with bad caps on the DM, Signal, FMT and the PWB and terminal

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