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Jvc av27d201 tv screen problem

Hello i have a tv screen issue with my jvc tv. the issue is that the screen distortes and i get multiple lines throughout the screen and periodically will go to a bright vertical flatline in the middle of the screen. often all i need to do is tap around the screen on the outside of the tv and the picture comes back. over time im having to smack the tv more often and sometimes harder to get screen to come back. most of the time when i get the screen back it will give me a perfect screen until i turn it off. althouth this problem is getting worse. is this a possible part replacement issue and if so what part. it seems the tube is fine because i can still get a perfect picture at times. is my tv a throw away or do you think it can be fixed?? thanks shawn

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  • shipwrecksim Jul 17, 2008

    thank you for the reply.............question: is v/o ic pin on the board? and does the board need to come out of the chassis for resoldering.

    also what does the v/o ic pin look like? how do i identify it?

    thank you for your time and knowledge.

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You need to have the vertical output IC pins resoldered

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