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Vertical rolling of picture

T.v. has vertical roll that cannot be adjusted with vertical knob on t.v.

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  • 90sTVguy Apr 29, 2008

    I have the vertical roll problem which seems to go away once the TV is 'warmed up'.  It occurs when I am using cable and DVD.  What needs to be taken care of?

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If the picture rolls while both on cable as well as when you playback a tape or DVD, it could be caused by a bad filter capacitor in the power supply or vertical deflection circuits. If it only rolls while trying to view a picture from a cable/satellite box, then that component is likely at fault.

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