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Picture bowed in on left side 2 inches

Horizontal problem on phillips

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Re: picture bowed in on left side 2 inches - Philips 27PT6441 27" TV Standard (CRT) Televisions

Probably a bad cap in the horzontal section

Posted on Dec 15, 2006

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