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Re: PIONEER SD-T50W1 VERTICAL PROBLEM
Usually, when a picture collapses some but not all the way, it indicates that an electrolytic capacitor has gone bad in the verrtical circuit. If the top of the picture shrinks, suspect the pump-up capacitor, but if the bottom shrinks then the coupling cap is probably going bad. This is quite an easy thing to correct, so have a qualified tech service the set.
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The vertical amplifier of your TV seems to be defective.
Adjust height control if the problem persists then take your device to Pioneer service center.
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My SD P 50A3-K We unplugged it and now wont come back on to stay...we turn it on then the red lite comes on green flashes on then right back off.....Some times tv will come back on then it shuts it self off....please help thank you
Your set will one day soon not come on at all. theres several capacitors on the PIP board if your set has PIP or the capacitors in the power supply. A good tech should know where to check as this set some say is hard to work on but i quess its like anything you work on for a bit gets easyer. Call an authorized repair center for pioneer. Good Luck