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Re: The screen tilts to the left
The coils on the yoke that control the CRT must have shifted in order
for the display to be tilted. A rare thing. You will need
to take it to a competant tech to realign the coils as there are
magnets and shims that all work together to get the picture to come out
right and it is tricky to do.
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If you are watching widescreen format movie or tv programming on a non-widescreen tv, that is how it will appear. The widescreen is a wider picture so to show it on a less wide screen, it has to shrink down to fit. and leave blank space top and botton.
The yoke has probably come loose and tilted.. From the rear of the set looking on the back of the crt you'll find a copper wire wound magnet called the yoke. It terminates on the neck of the yoke with a clamp. With the set off slightly loosen the clamp and turn the yoke assembly in the opposite direction - key word here is slightly - and apply power to check the alignment.
Keep doing this until you achieve the alignment you want. And always remember to unplug the set between attempts.
The Sony sets are full of circuits which monitor and detect faults throughout the set. These circuits monitor main B+ voltage and current, low B+ voltage and current, vertical and horizontal circuits and CRT current. Finding an intermitten problem in these circuits is no easy task and should be left to someone with experience in Sony sets.
Hope you have fixed this problem by now, if that tv is unserviced, I mean if nobody has ever opened it, it could be a problem with the positioning of your tv, just tilt the tv in different positions and find out the position in which it will show the right fit. If it is serviced, especially yoke is changed, this is rare, it could be because the position of yoke is not aligned properly.