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Toshiba CF3062A 9150

1/4 the way down on tv screen i have 2 rows of small white dashes and then a long set then even longer lines and the top has some shadowing effect of what is on the tv any help - bought at garage sale cant return want to fix thank you rhonda in kc

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    tv has a straght line on display color is white

  • cjballer19 Dec 01, 2008

    tv has a line of the show on it

  • smandry Dec 29, 2008

    I have a shrunken vertical raster, about 40% of full size, with very bright scan lines at bottom. It gets near normal size after set warms up, but is still distorted near bottom of screen. Looks like a vertical sweep problem, but I have no schematics, or repair manual.

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