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Picture size do you have any idea how to get the size or the picture back to the regular fomat, it just all of a sudden changed?

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This is from a failure starting to happen in the power supply, or the scan amplifier sections. The set will require proper troubleshooting to locate the defective parts, and then to change them.

You will have to have the set serviced by an experienced TV service tech.

Jerry G.

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

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