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Picture compresses to center of screen, sometimes white band, sometimes expands to about 12". Sometimes goes back to normal picture after being on for a period of time.

The picture on my 35" Mitsubishi TV, purchased in 1991, is compressing into the center of the screen. Sometimes it is just a white band, and other times it has a picture about 12" high in the center of the screen. After it has been on for varying lengths of time, sometimes the picture returns to normal. Help!!!

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