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Old 04-12-09, 10:25 AM
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Rolling

I have a Mitsubishi Tv Model VS-4507R , The picture rolls from bottom to top.
any help would be appreciated
Thanks for your time.
wb
 
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This set is about 16 years old?If thats correct the problem is surface mounted caps.You will need good soldering skills to do the repair.
 
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Old 04-13-09, 06:25 AM
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The caps are not surface mounts they are barrel type, There are 2 (two) pots
Located near the V-IC v lin and v- hight 2 barrel type caps and several others
Caps of different shapes, sometimes the picture shakes and then rolls, every thing
Other than this works great.
Again thanks for your help
wb
 
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You didn't answer the question about soldering.By the way the problem is really common and is NOT in the vertical section.
 
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Old 04-13-09, 08:28 AM
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Years ago I repaired electronic monitors and typewriters, I believe I still have
Very good soldering skills.
Thanks again for your time and help.
wb
 
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Post some pics of the signal circuit board.The problem is the comb filter module.You can find the right cap by removing the shield and using a hair dryer and canned air.
 
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sorry, I had to go out of town on Emergancy.
Craftsman_50 said to Post some pics of the signal circuit board,
How do I do this? Which PCB is the signal board?
Thanks again for your help.
wb
 
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Thanks again for your help.
 
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