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Picture rolling horizontally and vertically

When I turn on my mitsubishi vs-50605, there is sound and a picture, but the picture rolls both horizontally and vertically....sort of converging between the two of them in the middle of the screen. I am not very adapt with electronics, and when I took the back cover off of the TV, I hadn't the slightest idea what everything was, nevermind how to fix it. Is this a common problem you think I could fix, or is it destined for the trash dump? Any direction you can give me would be a great help, as my son and I really enjoy watching football and Christmas specials on the big screen!
Thank-you so much,
Bryan McLaughlin

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Tv needs repair c2c52 and c2po5 need to remove .both should be on the signal pcb

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