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Toshiba CX32G60 1/2" vertical inward bow center of video

The unit was made in 1997, the picture is great except for black bowing on each side of the video. The picture starts off fine at the bottom and top, but in the middle of there is a 1/2 black bow. Is there an ajustment or is it a voltage problem?
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Change the electrolytic capacitors in the vertical section of tv. you do need a qualified tv tech to do this repair for sure

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