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Model LN32B360C5DX2A My screen seems to be shifted to the right. the left part of the picture is on the right side of the screen. Is this something that I can adjust or does it need to be sent out to be fixed. Thanks.

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Your TV suffers from horizontal phase shift. It may be due to the Ic fault or horizontal output sync: signal from the LOT not reaches to the respective pin of that Ic. Check first whether the horizontal sync: signal from one pin of the LOT reaches to the sync: pin of the Ic. If you have a frequency meter the thing should be easy.
Most common is IC fault.

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