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Paul Turner Posted on Oct 01, 2006
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JVC 27" The top 2" of my screen is black. Below that the screen has 2" of white lines that appear to have missing portion of the picture upside down,(like a ghost image folded over). Is this worth a repair or should it be replaced?

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Repaiur or replacement? It's Your call! If you know Solid State repairs, then worth a try. Most likely a bad Electrolytic capacitor in the Vertical Oscillator / Output section. Do not waste time identifying faulty one, but change all at one go. Even if one is faulty, the others must have started drying up, and will cause problems in the future.Remember "An Ounce of prevention is better than......"

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