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Picture tube going out?

The picture shrinks in and out all the way back and forth when tv is turned on. Then after a while it goes to normal but the very edges bounce around

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Not ur tube.Ur convergence,dying or be dead.U need a convergence kit.U know how to solder right?Replace what in that kit.Tries these websites.Tv Repair World.com

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