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Rolling picture After being powered up for about 3 hours the picture begins to roll like an old-time tv vertical hold needed to be adjusted. If I stop it and restart it there is no picture. Unplugging it (I let it cool off for a few hours) and it works ok again for a while, then same thing happens

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  • ragdollfan May 27, 2009

    I unplug the vcr, not the tv.

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Dear, this is problem in the circuit, you need to change the VHold you your tv, but it is not an easy job, if you don't have knowledge about fixing it, it would be better to visit the repair shop, otherwise it will affect the picture tube quality and cause further damages.

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