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Vertical hold problem

My Toshiba 32A43 loses vertical hold on bright or mostly white scenes. It does this with it's tuner or the S-VHS input.Otherwise it has a great picture.

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There is a fault in either the input video amp, sync amp, sync separator, or the vertical scan generator areas. Most of the time this type of failure is caused by capacitors in these areas going off spec from age and use.

An experienced TV tech who is familiar with your set should be able to service this for you.

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Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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