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My 27 inch orion tv picture looks like hour glass

The picture looks like a hour glass it lost 2 inches on both sides the tv was made in september of 2006

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Your horizontal circuit is malfunctionining.you need a qualifed tv persnal to do repairs on this tv

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You have to make sure that if you are using external/additional speakers that you keep them away from console. I had a similar problem when I install a surround sound system in by bar and one of the speakers was very close to the TV. A good friend of mine walked in and said "if you want to get rid of that picture problem and save the life of the TV you had better move that speaker." It has to do with the magnets in the speakers.

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