My GE 31GT740 31" Television is about 3 years old. It has worked fine ever since i have bought it. About a month ago i noticed that there were about 25 lines about a millimeter thick, and about half an inch apart, going horizontally across the screen. Also, the screen is very bright and has a staticy touch to it. I turned off the television and kept it unplugged at the same time for 24 hours straight. I just cant seem to find a solution to this problem. Could you be ever so kind to help me out?
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Re: Green Lines Horizontally
Yeppers its a g2 control on the flyback thats gone or drifted out of alighnment or the flyback its self.Try turning the g2 control dowm till those lines fade. If they wont go away then you need someone to check the Picture tube or its componets driving the crt.
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This one is easy. WHen this happened to me, I simply called GE extended warranty service up and bought an extended warranty. I waited 30 days and called them up with my problem. A repair man showed up a few days later with the 1200 dollar light engine and installed it and left. Then I called GE up and cancelled the warranty. Total cost?: 48 bucks
These microwave ovens have a series of door switches. One of yours has gone bad or a plastic finger on your door mechanism that pushes the switches is worn or broken off. They are commonly called NC or NO swithes some ovens have up to 6 of these working together.If you have no expertise in this field consult a repair shop. Please rate me
Comment posted on Jan 12, 2009 there are two types ,normally open and normally closed, NO NC . u have to check continuity on each one and each switch will have a diagram on the side showing its in use position. I hope this has been helpful