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Rolling Picture on all inputs -- PIP?

With some help, I replaced 4 capicators on the DM board. For a while, it was back to working normally again. Now I get a rolling picture on all inputs and suspect (from reading other posts) that it may be capacitors in the PIP board. I don't know where the board is, what size the capacitors are, or if there might be an easy fix for this problem. In meantime my TV is down. Thanks.

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Troy I would like to know what you may have said no matter what he answered. Both solutions please.

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Did you replace with same size capacitors or did you change to what is required now, and what size was this?

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