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peter olynick Posted on Oct 01, 2006
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Picture is jumpy and expands

I have a panasonic pt-61g54c was working fine then all of a sudden picture went dark and started jumping up and down and picture expands like if your watching behind a magnifing glass then go's normal then back. hoping this is not serious and expensive fix. before i call an expert to repair it ...thanks

  • nazmar May 02, 2008

    i have a 52" panasonic tv rear projection and it seems only to do this during action scenes where that are explosions but the picture will expand and them go back to normal, could it be a mirror out of allinement or the circut?

  • yodie213 May 31, 2008

    i have a pt-61g41v my picture jumps too. i need a service manual for this tv. so i know where the circuit is. the service menu has been compromised. when i got the tv it was in service mode. ive turned it off but i need the original settings if at all possible. thanks

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Right now it should not be expensive to repair but dont use it anymore or it might become worst,sound like loose conections in the horizontal circuit ,seek assistance it should not be expensive to correct.

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