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Vertical size The vertical size on my tv is erratic. It gets "over-sized" at random times and it is happening more frequently. Trying to find a schematic for a tv's circuit board seems to be nearly impossible. Any ideas on why this would happen? I'm no tv repairman, but I repair circuit boards everyday fro a living. TV repair is new to me. I'm certain there must be an IC that controls vertical size, but I have no idea which one. Any ideas? Know of any way to get a schematic for this TV?? Thanks.

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  • cory russell Apr 02, 2007

    The Model is Panasonic PT-51G44. I have replaced the vertical IC with some help from Panasonic's tech team. This didn't help. A week after, the vertical problem became the typical tiny line across the screen. What I really need is the schematic. I could not find it on the website Snakehead mentioned.

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Make checks on your vertical it could be getting too much voltage replace it along with some cap around that are not filtering the voltage to the ic.because it have cause damage to your vertical change all related components in that circuit also check the related circuits.you can get a schematic for your set at www.samsphotofact.com good luck

Posted on Mar 30, 2007

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    Henry Thomas Mar 30, 2007

    on a point of note you did not mention the make and the model of your tv and type.very important.

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