When I use any other input besides the color stream 1 - 1080i input i get vertical lines on the right side of the screen. And when I play a dvd the title screen has wiggly lines in it. This does not happen when i use a 10801 signal but when i use any other one it does.
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the problem here is the Lcd controler or T-con board. The problem is Toshiba does not alway sell the board seperately you may have to buy the complete LCD panel Call toshiba Tech support or check on their web site for you particular model
Often convergence issues do not require the entire board to be replaced. You can resolve it by replacing the convergence ICs. The part in question is STK392-110. You will need two of them and they cost around 10$ each. But replacing them is a pretty complicated procedure and I would not suggest it to someone without prior experience. A service manual should get you started in the right direction if you are planning to do this yourself. https://www.completeservicemanuals.com/toshiba/crt-projection-television/57h81-service-manual/prod_1128.html PS: Disconnect from the power supply before you start the repair. Also read the legend, the hv circuits are denoted by a special symbol, so you will know what you shouldn't touch.
You may also need to replace the nearby resistors that may have popped the IC in the first place. Read the service manual for further details.
It sounds like you lost a convergence amplifier. There is also the possibility that a resistor on the main circuit board that goes to the horizontal control circuit for the blue CRT/deflection yoke may have a cold solder joint. These circuits generate a considerable amount of heat and can weaken solder joints over time. Try bumping the side of the television and see if the blue line changes or if the blue color returns. If so, then it may very well be a cold solder joint that needs to be touched up. This is one of the first things that an electronic tech tests for - sounds crazy but I've fixed literally thousands of televisions this way. Good luck.
sounds like your green tube is set to high. take the front cover off and the plastic cover under that you will see a black box about 6x6 with 6 controls one is for focus the other is for intensity here a guide for sony but yours should be close.