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Mitsubishi CK31MK2 -

The vertical is slipping. Once the TV is warmed up it stops. How can I fix it?

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Re: Mitsubishi CK31MK2 -

In the vertical there are some caps you must replace them it could also be your pip board if that is the case replace the board

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