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I have a Mitsubishi big screen t.v. After cable being installed on non HD channels it has slanted black lines running on the t.v. screen. How can that be fixed?

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The Chassis Assy probably needs to be refurbed because of failing capasitors. Contact Mitsubishi at 1800-332-2119 to see if they could help you get in touch with a Service Facility that can assist in this. The cost will be approx 850.00 to 950.00 to have this done.
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