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The picture is distorted

The picture needs vertical and horizontal adjustments, but I can not find in the book how to correct this. I have gone through the screen menus and still can not find how to adjust it.

Can someone please help me?

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If the picture is distorted, you are most likely seeing pin amp errors. This is caused by failing parts in the pin amp sections. It is very common in these sets that some of the electrolytic capacitors in the pin amp and scan amplifier sections gives problems.

An experienced service tech can service this for you.

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