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Screen sucking in

The screen is sucking in at all sides, top and bottom like this ) (  , I tried everything. My son said unplug it and try that. I did and it fixed it, but for how long? And why is it doing that? Whats the reason for it. Please email me back and let me know what to do. We have owned this TV for 13yrs and the only other problem we have had is it seemed to have had a cyclone effect a couple of years after we got it, had it fixed and no problems since.

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Re: screen sucking in

We had that problem, it's a part that has gone defective, we paid about $150 to have someone come out and fix it from Best Buy

Posted on Nov 17, 2007

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