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Hi:
you did not mention what type of television but from your complaint i am assuming its a Crt or Crt rear projection, In which case check the vertical IC for deftects and replace also check the capacitors in the vertical section of the deflection board, next check to make sure the vertical IC has B+ going to it, this voltage is usually taped from the Flyback transformer.

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