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Need to center the picture

I need to center the picture on the screen. The picture has moved up on the screen. The bottom of the picture is cut off and in the HD mode there is a line on the top with the bottom of the picture above the line. Is there some adjustment that can be done to center the picture?

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This is a defect in the vertical scan amplifier. It is not an adjustment. Most of the time there are a number of capacitors in the vertical deflection amplifier that can cause this type of fault. Sometimes the output drive IC can cause this fault, but more rarely.

An experienced service tech can locate the defective parts and replace them. The average time involved is about 1 to 1.5 hours.

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Posted on Jun 02, 2008

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