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Phillips Magnavox 60 inch tv

Picture has a rounded indentation at top and bottom of screen. Makes pictures seem weird and wavey looking.

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  • calebjosh12 Jul 14, 2008

    The picture is curved on the top and the bottom.

  • Anonymous Jul 21, 2008

    Mine is three years old and it did the same thing.

  • jenbenjr Jul 25, 2008

    I have the same problem with my 51 inch tv. I heard a popping sound the other day while watching the tv and it shut off on it's own. When I turned it back on, the picture was all distorted and there are "waves" or aches at the top and bottom of the tv very noticable with writing. There is also lot of green and red hues on the tv pictures.

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Not showing a picture are making a sound.

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