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Full picture not in screen

The full picture is not fitting in the screen and will cut off words and images from screen.  At times will it appears that the tv is trying to fit it all in the screen and fluxes and you can see the picture expanding and contracting.  Any way to fix?

We cannot get the picture to fill the whole screen on the sides. The manual has no numbers to contact and the remote doesn't match the picture in the manual.

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  • eddiebj Dec 25, 2007

    there is a space on either side of the picture on the screen



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Sounds as though you have a leaking Capacitor in the horizontal section. The problem capacitor is likey to be orage in color and rated at 2kv or higher. Located next to the High Voltage transformer ( Flyback transformer ). Be very cautious if you are changing this, or any part yourself as the picture tube can charge high voltage ( up to 35,000 volts ) for a long period of time. Always discharge the picture tube first before servicing a set.
Replace the capacitor with a like part with the same or higher voltage rating and the same capacitance number ( mfd, pfc,or such ) as listed on the side of the part.
Good Luck
NC Electronic
Mills, Wyoming

Posted on Jan 24, 2008


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