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The horizontal is out of adjustment

The top and bottom approximately 1 inch of the picture is off screen. TYou can't see a scroll on top or bottom.

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  • Dandre May 10, 2008

    Excuse my ignorance, but I have no idea what the 'solution' means.

    My old tv would take care of this problem by adjusting the 'horizontal hold' to bring the top and bottom of the picture into alignment with the frame.

    I was hoping for that type of solution.

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Open ur tv and find the 100uf/35v and change it.

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