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Horizontal black line and picture goes up and pull it down full

I have a Philips TV Model No. 32DW6557/05. The picture horizontal alignment moves up leaving a black 2- 4 inches margin. The picture moves back again fully every time when tv turn it on picture go up. Am I correct in assuming that the Horizontal Synchronization Circuitry is the fault ? If this is the case, -pls can any one show me the location of Horizontal circuit board, and what is cold solder connection are and whereit will be and how can i repair it. any help will be appreciated

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20+6 divided by 2 = -4

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