Feb 16, 2018, 2:57 AM
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Thanks, I will try resoldering. Incidentally, I had fixed a computer crt monitor that way a few years ago. The screen would go crazy if the chassis got bumped. I looked inside, found that the PCB was pretty thin, and so if I warped the circuit board a little bit, the screen would either go back to normal or go crazy (usually the same horizontal line symptom). When monitor was turned on, I kept warping the board (and looking at the screen at the same time) until I found the area on the board where I thought it was happening and then proceeded to resolder in that area. That monitor has been working normal ever since. With this TV, I was not sure where to look, I do not know what chips do what.
Re: [jts1957] Panasonic CT-32SF37SB CRT TV
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Hmm, that is for a 32SF37B, not SB. I wonder what the difference would be. I have seen another site where I can get the SB service manual for around $10, but I cannot remember the site name.
(This post was edited by rventena on Feb 16, 2018, 2:59 AM)