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Toshiba 42wh36p 3 years old and it has developed line tearing or line hold drift (chassis co3p)

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  • Anonymous Jan 03, 2008

    I have horizontal lines going through the tv, it gets better after 15 minutes of being switched on, what parts do i need to fix this problem?

  • Anonymous Oct 22, 2008

    I also have the same problem. The lines are horizontal and will last for up to 15 minutes, after that you get double images and eventually the picture "clears", ALMOST.

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Hi..

sounds like u need a new trafo focus-t TLN2220AH.
but its rare to find.. i´ll seek for the same part and i find it in australia

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Please define line tearing or line hold drift==Do you mean horiz. or vertically?? Is the problem the same on all sources?? Any change hot to cold?? more diagnostic observation needed.

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