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I have a Toshiba CX32D60 with sides of screen bowed inwards ( narrow in the middle). Sound bar raises and lowers - sound audible only, close to the plus (+). Any help will be appreciated. Thank You.

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You need to adjust the Horizontal Pincushion adjustment of your TV. That will fix the "bowing" which is actually Pinning.

Check the audio source to your set.

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