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The set is rather old. I would suggest checking the PTC. Located close to the mains on/off switch.(cream in colour) This will fail with age. Also change suspicious looking caps. As for the shadowing, I am not sure what it looks like, but it may be related to the same problem. Good Luck, Regards, JUS004