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Picture on tv started waving in & out

 

normally this problem is due to main filter capacitor failure in tv which is located in power supply.it becomes dry after few years

 

you can also check for normal voltage at input to your home.

hope this will help

good luck.

 

 

Posted on Oct 12, 2007

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