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My Zenith SEq Stereo TV was purchased in 1993. The picture is only 4-5 inches in height and black at the top & bottom. Is this fixable?

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Yes it is fixable. There are one or more bad caps in the vertical circuit. If you would post the model number listed o the back of the set, I should be able to give you more details.
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Dan

Posted on Sep 10, 2008

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