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Wife spilled water on back of television

Everything turns on fine, but the picture is kindof in the shape of an hourglass. The picture is stretched out about an inch and a half, above and below the top and bottom of the television. Is there anything I can do?

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You burned out a resistor, capacitor or possibly a printed circuit trace on the solid state printed circuit board. This is going to take some troubleshooting in a high voltage area. If you have no TV repair experience working on high voltage circuits and solid state printed circuit boards, play it safe and have a pro take a look at the set. Good Luck

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