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I have a Panasonic Television (standard) 32" Model CT 32D30 of which I have owned for almost 5 years. I turned it off after the morning news and when I returned and turned the power back on the sound came in clear, but the picture did not come in. The only thing on the screen was a a thin line with different color pigments running through the middle. The television was not moved, and had nothing done to it or around it. I am not sure if I need a new lamp, bulb, or tube. Could somebody help me? Thank you in advance

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Sounds like you either have a bad vertical deflection ic, or a bad resistor supply power to the ic. i'me not sure of the location, but panasonics usually put it in ic401.it is a ic with 10 to 16 pins all in a row. it will ne screwed to a small heatsinkthe making on the ic should start with laXXXX. x being numbers. good luck

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