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RCA 27R411T 30" TV - purchased 2004

After TV is on for a while and when I switch channels, b&w horz lines appear.but audio continues, have to shut off TV for 10 or 15 minutes to get picture back. also happens when I switch channels (cable). now, i am losing sound on some channels. had cable checked. no problem. has to be in set. no idea of amt of labor req or cost of parts to fix picture is great and so is sound.but I think it may be more prudent to buy a new one depending again on possible costs. thanks for advice. roy

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The failure on your TV is cause by a video buffer transistor or it could also be an video amplifier IC a dry solder joint possibly. The lines you see are call retrace lines.
A fair price to pay for the repair It should be around 1/3 of what you paid for the TV. If the TV is older then 5 years, I would save the money and buy a new one.
Let me know if you need further assistance.

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Yes i think the tv is on its way out
could be in the jasks the main board
your picture tube could be on the way out also its most cheaper on you to purchase a new set

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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