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TVS PICTURE SQUEEZES FROM TOP TO BOTTOM SOMETIMES. THOUGHT IT WAS THE CABLE BUT IT IS NOT

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This is normally indicative of an intermittent fault in the field output circuitry.
Unless you have extensive electronics knowledge, and experience of working on standard (CRT) tellys (voltages of up to 15 thousand volts can be found inside the case for the unwary !), this is definitely not a DIY fix - take it to a repair shop.

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

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