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  • brunswick as90c lower monitor problem

    I ma having a problem with the console on my lane 1-2.
    there is no problem with the monitor for lane 1 but lane 2's monitor is skewed only at the top inch of the screen the rest of the screen is fine.
    I assume that there is a problem with the color decode but I am not certain, I know that there are other pieces involved but I'm not convinced that they are the problem and I don't want to start ordering parts without a good idea of what is wrong. I'll try to post a photo later.

    any ideas guys?

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    I'd try swapping the main PCB with the good one on lane #1. Main board has the wires that connect to the back of the tube. If the problem goes away look for bad solder joints on the back of the board. If the problem stays on lane #2 then continue swapping boards till you find the one that's bad.

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      Originally posted by Griz View Post
      I'd try swapping the main PCB with the good one on lane #1. Main board has the wires that connect to the back of the tube. If the problem goes away look for bad solder joints on the back of the board. If the problem stays on lane #2 then continue swapping boards till you find the one that's bad.
      thank you I'll try that

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