Lcd Tv screen

My sony Bravia klv - 32bx320 is showing a vertical and horizontal lines when turn on and gets white when i played something on it. what should i do?

by gab_catorce
August 05, 2018

This may help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyRUg0vx7Nw

by mikerogerswsm
August 05, 2018

thank you very much sir.! i am downloading the video right now but haven't watch the video yet. if you have still suggestion, plsss can you share it to me again.

by gab_catorce
August 05, 2018
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Answer by deskely

There may be a problem with the board, or it may be a problem with the resistor, because the resistor is easier to break, you can check it, reference address: https://www.newbecca.com/product/category/110502 or change one; If there is a problem with the LCD screen, this should be the "Sharp", "Sony" and "Toshiba" in the previous period, and the "vertical line door" that appears, can also call the after-sales.

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by deskely
August 31, 2018
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