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Horizonal problem If I move my tv or just turn it around to hook something up it disorts my picture.It has horizonal lines on whole screen.Sometimes I will unplug for a few days and it will work.But this gets really aggravating.Anybody have any advice?

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Practice visual acuity technique! Examine chassis,solder any/all bad connects,re-assemble,try again.If that does not do it,you might have a small break in pcb==gently flex board,try to isolate area.Above all else,do no harm!!

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