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Thank you very much for showing concern in my problem. I recently noticed that the width cut from sides changes on changing refresh rate. also, screen gets shortened everytime i play games like counter strike. for eg., after playing game for 5-6 times and exiting the game screen size reduces by about 2 mm or so. About replacing the parts, i think i will get it by some technician but it would be handy if i know what is faulty or else the technician would charge a kings ransom by replacing everything.

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Use the schematic diagram near the end of the service manual. Ask your tech to check the components around the C429, D409 and L401 area. Alternately, follow the trouble shooting chart of 5-1-6 and/or 5-1-7 of the same manual.

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