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Picture is slightly tilted

The TV works fine, but the picture is slightly tilted. Is there an adjustment to center the picture so it's not tilted anymore, like you'd be able to do on a computer screen?

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Its an easy adjustment but it requires you to work around the deflection yoke on the neck of the picture tube. Above the yoke is a red connector that is carrying 30,000 volts then on the yoke itself you have wires that are connected to the horizontal and vertical circuits that can carry up to a 1200 volt pulse. So this alignment is not for anyone but a technician. I personally would leave the tilt until you can have a technician touch it up for you. Take a moment to rate my answer. Thanks...

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