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Picture appears to have scrolled down the screen. Has a line about 5 inches from top and the picture above line looks like the picture rolled over. no adjustments for screen position or any other adjustments. pillips model 27pt9015d/37

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This is known as vertical fold over. The vertical circuit will need to be checked by a professional to repair that issue.

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