My best answer is check with your local TV shop for any service manuals. Most TV companies do not sell parts or information to consumers. This is true for RCA/GE as well. You can google search your TV model and see if you can find any info.
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U talking about way back in the 40 and 50.From the 60 on tv all use intergrated circuit board.Mostly ICS chips now,no more tubes and analog parts.The problems ur tv have is the Horizontal IC chip is dead.
the vertical deflection circuit of your tv has a problem.first try to replace the vertical ic..this ic can be found near the plyback or horizontal section It is a lenear ic with heatsinc..if nothing happens after replacing the ic ,,replace all the polarized capacitor near the ic and resolder the components at the vertical section...good luck please rate my help..
first of all you had not stated the brand of your tv.if your are not a tech have your tech check into the aduio circuit for a damage audio ic or have him change the eprom both of these component controls the audio circuit.good luck
are you a technician if so go to the relay circuit and fix that circuit more than likely has bad ic like the eprom . are leaky transistor also check the power button for lose connection they are tiny little switches now a day
Yes it is called an EEPROM IC chip that needs to be replaced. Very comon to fail on these types of sets. GE owned RCA back the 1990's now funai owns both along with magnavox and parts may be hard to get.
take123, problem is with vertical circuit not eprom, could be bad capacitor supporting the IC or the IC itself is bad, that type of problem needs a tech because once it`s fixed you will probably have to go into the service menu and re-adjust the vertical positioning, this of course will require the info in the service manual which you can`t easily obtain, questions? e-mail me back, BMW Rider