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Anonymous Posted on Aug 20, 2007

Mitsubishi vs45va1 I have about 10 skinny horizontal lines across the screen. they are very annoying.

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    Sorry. I forgot to add 10 skinny red lines.

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. CHECK C7613 (10UF 16V) FOR LEAKY/SHORTED CONDITION. LOCATED ON PCB-TERMINAL AT IC7602 PIN 4 CHECK FOR LEAKY OR SHORTED C5A1 OR C5A2,BOTH ARE (2.2UF 50V) ON PIN 2 OF IC5A0.LOCATED ON THE SIDE-PIN-PCB

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You have some leaky filter caps. They are: C2C52 = 10 MFD 50 VOLT (off the base of Q2C51 on the signal board)Also check C2P05 = 100 MFD 16 VOLT (off pin #3 of IC2P01 on the signal board) and C2P03,C2P08 = 100 MFD 16 VOLT both on the signal board.

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