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My tv tv picture keepps shrinking to ome quarter of it's sise

My tv screen keeps shinking it useally dose it shorrtley after you first turn it on. After in goes nomal again it doesen't do again unt u turn it off and then back on. I wonder if the power button is wearing out or if it's the picture tube the tv is only about a year old. It seems if I use the remote I don't have the problem.

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Try unpluging tv for 2mins and see if that works

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