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Phillips Projection TV - Model 9P5511C

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After having the tv on 30 seconds the picture shinks, a color box forms around it and then the picture fades. What is wrong with it?

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Common problem with the model. Check the site www.TvRepairKits.com. They have a fix for the shrinking and expanding screen problem. 

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