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PLASMA PICTURE BOTH TOP AND BOTTOM PICTURE ARE CUT OFF

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  • Shobbsy Nov 03, 2008

    The bottom half of the screen keeps on turning black.

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I think the picture frame has collapsed usually caused by an I.C on the picture frame board. If you are capable check this yourself if not entrust the work to a competant technician. Hope this helps.

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