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Vertical Alignment ProblemHitachi 50"

The tv only has a horizontal alignment knob. But the picture goes up and down, and there's no knob to fix it. Sometimes the picture is fine, but other times it starts the up and down thing.
How can I fix this?

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Resolder the vertical ic. you have bad connections on the bottom

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