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SANYO MODEL #DS13204, DS19204, DS25204

MY CORD CAME OUT OF THE WALL OUTLET. WHEN I PLUGGED IT BACK IN THE PICTURE IS SO LARGE AND I CAN ONLY SEE PART OF IT. EXAMPLE: IT WILL ONLY SHOW FROM THE NECK DOWN TO MAYBE THE KNEE OF A PERSON. HOW DO I FX THE HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL TO GET THE PICTURE BACK TO NORMAL SIZE?

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Sanyo DS13204 TV Had a mild power surge, the picture went out and now will not turn on. Fuse is checked ok.

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Do you have a user manual? Look for the instruction how to reset your tv. Try to plug your tv to other outlet, Chech the AC voltage if compatible to your tv. If dosnt work you need a repairman to fix it.

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