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Mitsubishi Model VS-5043 Horizontal tearing or flagging at the top of picture down 2-3 inches. I do have the service schematic on this set, thanks for any wags on this set, cubsfan1953@yahoo.com cubby

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You wanna charge me to join your site, I'm a Technician of over 30 years and just wanted to see if any other tech had ran into this, so if you want my fixes you can join my site. cubbiesdata.com
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