Question about Sony Televison & Video
This sounds like a dry joint on the vertical deflector chip. If you are able to use a soldering iron you may be able to check the main PCB and resolder and joints that look like they are cracked. You can also check for any capacitors which look like they have bulging tops (instead of flat tops).
Opening a CRT TV or monitor should not be attempted by novices. There and components whcih store high voltages even after theTV is switched off and unplugged. The CRT can also become highly charged and is dangerous.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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