Question about Televison & Video
Unplug the unit. Remove the back cover. Be careful not to touch the circuit and the picture tube while the unit is plugged or unplugged so to prevent electrical hazard. Try to position the board so you can access the solder side. Check for loose solder connection by examining under a good lighting and a hand held magnifying glass: you could find these cheap items through street vendors. Re-solder if necessary. The area you should be concentrating is on the power and the horizontal circuit side of the unit or where you could spot a heavy solder joint. It usually looses its connection through time because of the heat generated by your unit. Hope this works.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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