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Poor digital picture Toshiba ZP38 TV

Digital picture is good but intermitantly picture gets a sort of snow effect on the outline of objects, like a snow effect around trees, mountains and peoples faces. Seems to be worse on white or light back grounds. TV is about 5 years old.Have changed all the scart leads etc in case it was a poor cable or connection.

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Hi. Sounds like DRY JOINTS WITHIN DFS MODULE. This is a pcb within a rectangular metal screened box on the left hand side of set when looking from the front. Will need resoldering be carefull very fine print will need decent soldering iron with fine tip & poss magnyfying lamp to aid looking. If your not at all sure take to repair shop. This TV is nice set has one of the best crt pictures you can get.

Posted on Sep 05, 2007

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