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Sony kp-65wv600 blue arch line on left side

The left edge has blue arch line.
Also when I adjust the focus there are blue crosses to the right of white crosses. Figures on picture has yellow shadow.
These problem appear on left side of the screen only.
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In the menu does it have a convergence menu? try doing that.

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