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TV Screen Vertical

I have an Emerson EWF2703 27" TV and the picture is cut off at the top of the screen. Nothing i have tried on the screen settings with the remote have worked and i don't see any dials on the tv itself to adjust these settings. please help!

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You need a qualified tv technician to solve this problem. the vertical ic has to be changed

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