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Toshiba 36AF43 36" just has white line in the center

My tv stopped showing picture just has a very thin white line in the middle of the screen. it did this once b4 nd i wacked the side and it came right back on but that only worked once now i just have sound.

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  • Emmakins97 Nov 05, 2007

    I have a Hitachi 28" colour TV about 10 years old, which has been working great until I put it into the conservatory. Now when I try to turn it on via remote control it clicks a bright vertical flash appears in the middle of the screen, then switches off again. No picture. Does this each time I try to turn it on. If I am lucky after about the 20th or so attempt I do get a picture, this then can stay on between five minutes and a couple of hours. When there is a picture it is perfect



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Vertical output IC has loose solder joints.if you continue to let it operate this way it will etch a burn line across the face of the tube so discontinue use.

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