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The picture no longer fits the screen.

I had problems the first couple of years with the picture outsizing the screen. A Sears repairman came in and swapped out a board saying it at to do with the the pins. Is there parts still out there to fix or am I S.O.L.

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Re: The picture no longer fits the screen.

If you know the part number there is a site,, that sells quite a few parts for it.

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