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Sony TV video shows double picture with line down the middle

KV-35S42

Regular cable picture is fantastic. Any ideas? Tried S-video & regular red, white, yellow audio/video plugs using video 1 and/or 2, same problem persists.

I scored high in mechanical aptitude so not afraid to take the back off & take a look if I know what to look for.

Thanks//deborah

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SOURCE: SONY KV-27FV310: UPPER HALF OF SCREEN IS BLACK

You have a vert sweep problem and unless you know how to trouble shoot this cuircit bring it to a pro. I found out mostly in these sets that the vert output IC is bad.. Also sometimes the b+ filter cap off the fly is leaky and made the IC to fail. Another thing is Im surprised to hear you got a pic with the vert failure and a bright line in the pic!! This could be a big problem when the sets fixed so dont run it too long like this. It could burn a line all the way across the screen and you will see a dark faint line in your pic because of this. BE CAREFULL!!

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SOURCE: sony KV-35S42 35''tv blink [email protected] Needcodes for remote rm-v3o1

http://www.docs.sony.com/release/KV32S42.pdf

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SOURCE: blinking screen

My Sont Trinitrtron is flashing off and on.

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SOURCE: My Sony KV-32HS420 Trinitron Wega TV will turn on

You have what is commonly known as a shutdown problem. It's an overload in one of the internal circuits. It needs to be looked at by a professional tv reapir person.

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SOURCE: My Trinitron KV-35S42 picture folds up.

Hi this fault due to a capacitor in the frame (field) output stage going low value / the one to look for is a 680uf 63v ( might be 50v) it is mounted to the right of the frame out put ic.Hope this will help regards, windyhouse.

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