Hoirizontal black and white lines which move vertically. get a picture but after some time picture becomes black and white. and changing channels will often create the black and white scenario. now I have lost sound on some but not all channels. my question is if it is worthwhile to repair because other wise picture is fine.
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The easiest way I have found to set the screen controls is to tune into an old black and white show, turn the green up until you see retrace then slowly turn it down until it just dissapears then adjust the blue and red for a true black and white picture.
The vertical circuit is not pulling the top of the picture to the top of the screen (CRT) correctly. Its possible you have a loose wire or device ( after moving ) . If you have vertical agustments on the back , you may be able to adjust the picture taller; if the picture becomes stretched ( non - linear ) then you definately have tv tech only problems. At that point I'd really think twice about a repair and consider a new DTV or HDTV set. If the unit was damaged by a mover , then you may have a claim against them .
"Guest" obviously has no idea what he is talking about. There is no such thing as "frame section" and if the vertical IC, ramp generator or vertical hold circuits were bad, you would have no vertical at all. If you mean that there are thin white lines at the top 3 inches of the picture, and the top of the picture seems folded back on itself, it means that the pump-up capacitor is going bad in the vertical output circuit. This is a very easy thing to correct but should be done by a qualified tech.
You apparently have a high voltage arc.
Possibly the anode lead to your picture tube.
Also the flyback transformer could be arcing.
If you're not experience with tv repair, you need to have a tech check it for you. The circuits operate at very high voltage and if you get into it you can get a possibly fatal electrical shock.
Be careful !!!
The good thing is you see something in the screen,with age the set has developed loose conections in a few different places,my suggesion is to call professional for service now and the repair will not as expensive,if the picture quality is good is worth it.