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Prior to this, screen size changed at will.....

Same problem, prior to the flashing light the screen size would change at random, tiny to huge, to big for the screen, shop told me most likely a CPU 500bucks...... could a capacitor cause this?

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All you have to do is go in the menu and go to picture...once you are in there turn "Auto format" off.

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