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Sansui - BOTTOM OF SCREEN CUT OFF

The bottom of our TV is cut off eg, when watch sport, tyou do not see the score, or watching Sky/CNN, you don't see the news headlines scrolling across. Manual doesn't say how to adjust "size" of picture.

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Your problem is not a vertical alighnment or size adjustment. No, Im sorry to say its the old vertical output IC and /or the small capacitors around the ic and in the vertical circuit. If you dont have the right tools, like a soldering iron a multimeter know how to read a schematic diagram, then you should seek out a repair person to assist you in this repair.

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