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Have a problem with the vertical, after set is on for awhile, picture shrinks top & bottom, suspect a cap in the vertical ckt. not sure which one, any help would be appreciated.

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ALways check for connections. Caps usally get better with heat not worse, but maybe. with out the resources of a service center id say if you suspect a cap change them all i would guess though more likely the IC or a connection becaues you say it is good cold and bad hot

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