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Constant horizontal lines

Horizontal lines running through the picture screen. Originally, it lasted 20 minutes or so and then resolved. It never clears up now, it has the flipping horizontal lines constantly.

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Good Day, valscot;
The most common problem with model i some caps on the signal board, CHECK C2P08 100 UFD 16 V OFF PIN 3 OF IC2P03 (3.2 VOLT REGULATOR) ON THE SIGNAL PCB.
good Luck big IRISH.

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Good Day, Delano1981;

It may cure the problem but I would suspect the 9 Volt source
CHECK C2P05 100 UFD 16 V OFF PIN 3 OF IC2P01 AND
IC2P01 PART # 270P466020 (9-VOLT REGULATOR). BOTH
ARE ON THE SIGNAL PCB.

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Good Luck, big IRISH.

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check all caps in power suppy and vertical. but i would point to the power supply first. the last tv i seen with this problem, i ran it for 20 minutes, and turned it off and felt the tops of all caps, found one or more that was hot. there was the bad caps, without the headache of checking all of them on the cap checker. this might not work for you. not all bad caps get hot.

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CHECK C2P08 100 UFD 16 V OFF PIN 3 OF IC2P03 (3.2 VOLT REGULATOR) ON THE SIGNAL PCB. HOPE THIS HELPS!

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