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Mitsubishi TV picture rolling

I have a 15 yr old Mitsubishi TV really nice and I'd like to keep it but the picture started to roll and it would correct itself if i left it on for a while but now it will not stop. Do you have any answers for me. If you could tell me what exactly i could do myself because i'm on a budget. Thanks a ton!

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  • neumannnms Jan 16, 2009

    The H-Hold button does not fix the problem, Do you have another suggestion?

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Look on the back and see if you have an adjuster.(It should say
H-HOLD) Just turn it very slowly until the picture stops rolling,You can do this by watching the tv screen in a mirror.

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    Randy Hough Jan 17, 2009

    I'll do some research and let you know.

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