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Re JVC TM-A9UCV.Picture is shrinking vertically. Please tell me where to find the adjustment. There appears to be no external control, or orifice in which to put a small screw driver. Please advise.

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Hi,

To begin with, unfortunately, this is not a setting problem.This is an internal failure and needs to be repaired.There are plenty of circuits, however more often it is due to faulty transistors or IC's on circuit board.If you have experience in repairing electronics, could read schematics, would be able to keep all precautions, i could tell you where you could purchase the service manual and i would guide you to repair this.

Let me know,if needed further assistance.

Hope i helped you.

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Posted on Sep 17, 2010

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