Question about Televison & Video
The TV picture became about 5 cm less then normal on the top and 2 cm on the right side of screen. It became gradually. Looks like some kind of capasitor has been loosing its capasity. TV set SHARP 70GS-64SC quite old but the pcture is OK, without the problem discribed here above.
Check the power supply circuit. Typical voltage at B+ is 105V. Chances are that it is much lower. Check (as you say), capacitors on the primary circuit of the SMPS. Better still, replace all low voltage capacitors within the power supply.
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
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