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Re: cut off screen - Mitsubishi WS-55807 TV Standard (CRT) Televisions

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When you say the picture is cut out is there a black bar on top/bottom/middle of the screen? In older CRT TVs that usually means a problem with the TV itself and would need to be taken in for repairs or replaced.

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If you mean that a black box appears on the screen, and you can still see the picture around the box, it means that your closed captions are on and set to TEXT. If this is the case, enter the menu, navigate to the closed captions page and set the captions to OFF. If you mean that the top of the picture has collapsed down, the vertical circuit has stopped working correctly and the set should be serviced by a qualified tech.

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Thats is not going to fix your problem. You have a bad vertical output IC and or a bad capacitor in the vertical drive or output circuit. Good Luck

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