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Problem with screen on TV

My daughter was playing with our remote and pushed something so that now while watching a DVD on Video 2 input the sound and everything comes through but the screen is black and white and goes up and down fast enough to where you can't see anything. Any one know how to easily fix the problem? Thanks.

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Does it roll on normal tv viewing? This is what we call a vertical fault. I don't believe it was because of what happened but U never know. The vertical IC or a faulty cap can also cause this problem. If it rolls on your regular tv programs then it is a fault in the vertical section of the TV

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