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Its a phillips 28pw5324/05

The picture bends inwards on the edges?

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Re: its a phillips 28pw5324/05

The problem in your TV receiver. Some components in Horizontal and vertical deflection circuits must be faulty. Adjusting H & V frequency may also smooths the picture. Contact Authorisedservice personnel.. All the best !

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