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Vertical roll in the picture on older tvs you can adjust the vertical roll is there away to do that on this model? its 2 white bars about 6 inches apart they constantly roll up the screen. is there a special box or cable i need to use for the hdmi? i live in a small town with 1 cable provider.

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As for the vertical stripes get a professional to take a look at that as for the hdmi you need a hdmi receiver or dvd player and connect to your tv via an hdmi cable to get the hd signal on your tv

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