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How to fix my 54" Magnavox rear projection tv

I am having 2 issues with my tv: 1) I have a vcr and cable box with surround sound tuner on top of my tv. There are green lines going down the screen, sort of blurred and randomly placed. How do I fix this? 2) I have tried everything on the remote and menu to bring the tv into focus. When I pull up the guide the words are just barely out of focus. nothing on the menu or remote will bring it into complete focus. Is there something else I can try to make the image and words clearer.

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Three (3) possible ways:
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Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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