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TV screen is shrunken from top and bottom center area. And the images are in multiple layers.

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  • jh7339 Aug 15, 2008

    capacitor is the only issue for this kind of problem, and can i change it by myself?

    How much does it cost to fix it?

  • jh7339 Aug 15, 2008

    You have been very helpful.
    Thankyou so much.

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This is a bad vertical section. Probably just capacitor(s), but it will require repair.

Posted on Aug 15, 2008

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    Ken Williams Aug 16, 2008

    If you are good at soldering and can figure out where it is located on the board without a schematic, or have a schematic, then it's not that tough. The capacitor in question is the in the vertical retrace path. Usually, it is in the feedback loop. It starts to leak and allows dc to pass, reducing the retrace voltage, and thuse the amount of deflection of the beams. This results in a smaller picture, top to bottom.



    If you're scared now, I understand. A tech can easily fix this and a projection TV is most likely worth the effort and money unless it is too old.

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