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Bottom third of screen went black

The bottom third of my 11 year old Dell Trinitron screen went black with the image that should be there appearing to be "folded-over" to the visible area above. I moved the monitor to a different computer but it didn't make any difference the problem still exists. Is the monitor kaput?

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Vertical section problem

change all caps in vertical sec and replace vertical IC

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