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Do you have the original remote for that TV set? If you do not, you will need to get one or borrow an original Sanyo remote so you can get into the set's menu and go to puicture set up and try adjusting the constrast up a little bit.
This is a pin cushoning fault. The failure is in the pin amp, and also most likely in the scan amplifier sections. The scan amps and pin amp in part of their functions work together to control the paralax of the picture scanning. They also control the dynamic focus.
To service this, you will need the training, service information, the testing tools, parts availability, and the necessary tools to follow up.
These types of faults can be complex to service, and can be a chalenge to even an experienced tech.
Problems with screen size
Look out for 2 x 2.2uF electrolytics (sometimes red in color)
Vertical height oversize
The eprom was found to be faulty (nvm)
Pressing the screen format button displays wide, smart, zoom and 4:3 modes but settings have no effect on picure
Enter TT35 in the service mode to select a 4:3 CRT