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T.v has a dark area on the lower part of screen

When I switch on my t.v..the image covers small part of the upper part of the t.v. after a while..the images start appearing on the lower part. it only goes upto a few centimetres from the lower part of the screen and stops there.There is a dark layer on the lower part of the screen running from left to right.i do not see all the images. Before the problem occured..there was a power blackout.the power capacitor and the posistor went.they were both replaced and this problem has remained since then.

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