Question about Toshiba CZ32V61 32" TV

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NO DEFLEXION VERTICAL

I HAVE A TV TOSHIBA ,MODEL CZ32V61,HAVE NOT DEFLEXION VERTICAL I OPEN AND SEE WHAT F301,R327 IT OPEN ,AND CHANGE THE F301,R27 AND THE IC TA8427K(DEFLEXION VERTICAL),WHEN I CONECT THE TV TO LINE(110 VOLT) THE RED LED IT BLINK AND HAVE NOT DEFLEXION VERTICAL,F301 AND R327 IS GOOD,WHAT HAPPY?

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Please check its Horizontal Output Transistor, supply voltage to H-Out Transistor. let me know any update to help you further.

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    Hello, any update or improvement in your TV wanna share?

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Check this link ......

http://www.freelists.org/archives/techassist/06-2005/msg00159.html

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