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Sony kp-48v75 picture arcs at top and bottom

I have a Sony KP-48v75 rear projection tv. The picture arcs down at the top and up at the bottom. Sometimes it will work for a couple of hours before doing this, and sometimes it will do it almost immediatly. Can you help? Thanks

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