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Re: 32inch westinghouse LCD TV flickers/slighly shaky...
Try reseating the LVDS cable inside the set it is the multi wire connector from the main board to the LCD panel (top portion of the panel). if that doesn't look to see if the back lamps are remaining lit during this problem. if they go out the problem may be power supply or inverters (lamp power supply).. some panel makers make these available as a seperate part, some do not and the panel must be replaced. if the back lamps stay lit it is the main board. start with the LVDS cable first.
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mine was doing that before the picture finally went all the way out till then to get it to stop flickering open menu go to picture setting and cut on light sensor its prolly the backlights going out as well has the capacitors going out
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Since the problem initially would correct itself, it suggests a poor connection somewhere that "heat" would resolve. If you can solder, try resoldering any joints that appear to be grainy or have rings. Please note that these sets will retain high voltages that can be dangerous even when unplugged. If the resoldering fails to resolve the problem, let us know and we'll look further.
There may be several causes but, one is that when any color gun is being over driven, the Sony shuts down the gun to protect it. Try this. Remove the front of the set by removing the two screws from each lower corner. Next remove the black panel held on by 5 or 6 screws. Now you should see a panel with 6 potentiometers on it. Turning the ones on the bottom row CCW reduces the drive. Turn the color down and if all the guns stay lit, SLOWLY turn them up until you get the color balance that you like.
I had the same problem with the flicker. Mine was a Flicker followed by a greenish line through the screen. It got worse then after 2 months the tv stoped working the power didnt come on at all. I Im taking it to bget fixed. The guy said it has somthing to do with a burnt out switch in the unit.
It seems you might have cold solder connections on the picture tube socket or on the picture tube drive board. If your not a tech please call someone to assist you with repair as you can be seriously hurt by the HI voltage insiode this set an or cauae more problems with the set. Good Luck