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32 inch panasonic ct-27sl14

Do you think I can repair this myself? I did unscew the back panel and it didn't come off completely. There was a circuit board that slides out but not completely and wires were still attached to alot of stuff in there that wouldn't allow the case to come off completely. Let me know if you think I can do this myself. What makes you think it is these parts that I need? Please help.
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If you can solder, you should be able to repair this yourself. The symptoms you described indicate problems in the circuits I mentioned. Usually pincushion problems (sides bowed in) are a fulaty capacitor in the circuit. The convergence problem will require a little more investigation.

Dan

Posted on Jul 03, 2008

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