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Greg Williamson Posted on Sep 23, 2006
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Sound but no picture

We recently had a cable guy install a DVR with our tv. It worked great that afternoon. The next morning we turned on the tv and a picture appeared. 10 seconds later the picture shrunk, developed lines horizontally, and moved to the top of the screen until it disappeared. After turning it off and back on it either does the same thing or doesn't show a picture at all. The sound is fine. Cable guy says the signal and DVR are fine. What's wrong...how much to repair?

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You have a vertical sweep problem. Since this Sony tv has no user replaceable parts inside of it, your best bet is to call out a pro to assist you in this repair.

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I believe the cable guy is correct and I will suggest you call for professional help now,if you try to use it like this the problem might become expensive.

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