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Philips 60" R/P TV

The TV is standard but I connected to a sat high def reciever to see if it would work and the picture started zooming in & out on all channels so I disconected from the sat/box & reconected to antenna but now still have the problem, The tv is about 5yrs old and I never had problems while it was on my extended warranty that has now expired.
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Hi Charles,
the problem will be regulator in power supply,try changing ic located right in front of chasis when you open back of tv,it has 4 legs on each side it's located on the fly back side,thanks,and let me know.

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I had the exact same problem with my Magnavox TV. The screen would shrink then expand. After thrity minutes it would correct itself. Then one day it just broke - no sound and no video. I searched these forums but did not find clear instructions on how to fix it. I gave up and called in a repair tech. He fixed my TV in less than 30 minutes.  To help others like me I documented the fix and created a step by quide and repair kit to fix the problem. You can find it here. http://www.magnavoxhelp.com

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