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Turn tv off and look into callibrating of the tv

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The flipping problem is due to a degraded vertical synchronization signal. First make sure you have a strong signal - no loose antenna/cable connections, etc. Assuming you have a strong signal (i.e., no "snow"), analog TVs sometimes have a so-called "secondary control" (labelled "Vertical Hold", "VH", "Vert", etc.)located on the rear of the set. If you are lucky you may have one and be able to adjust it and regain stability.
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you can get the service manuals for most TVs at the following link, they email them.
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Yes you are correct, no days these TV sets have an automatic vertical hoild, and no I am sorry to say, there is no adjustment for you to make. there is a problem in the PIcture in picture circuit if there is one or the sync sepaqrator circuit has a problem. most likely a bad capacitor or a bad diode. This is a solid state set and there are no user replaceable parts inside them unless you know how the circuits work and can trouble shoot printed circuit boards. You are best to call in a pro to assist you in this repair. Good Luck

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