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Picture flicker My monitor has a problem with the picture. Lets say I'm watching ESPN, the top half of the screen would all of a sudden jump to CNN, while the audio continues to stay on ESPN. The top half of the screen's image is distorted, while the bottom half of the screen stays proportionate. I had this problem about 3 years ago when the unit was still under parts warrenty, I had to pay for the technician to come by and diagnose it. At the time he told me that it was the B Board that went bad, and a new one was needed. Has anyone had this problem before? Has anyone heard of what the B Board is?

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B board = Part # A-1302-209-A fix by substitution......
check price and availibility..............B is a sister board mounted
to the A board (signal)........................................T.

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Let me know.......................T.
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