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Picture out in erecting 32jnch tv. What can you do about it?

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I'm afraid we can do nothing about it - and that includes understanding your query. If you post an amended version of it, containing all the relevant details, in a forum dealing with Domestic Electronics, someone there may be able to help you.

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