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Slanted picture!! Hi, The picture on my television set is slanting down to the left (as if the right side of the TV is raised higher than the left, but its not of course). The TV is perfectly level so I know it is an internal problem. Can anyone help with this?? Please let me know. Thanx.

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This problem might be caused by an external magnetic field. Most modern Sony tv sets have a picture rotation control. Go to the setup menu and select Picture Rotation. Your user guide will explain.

Posted on Dec 23, 2006

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    Check to see if the scan coils on the tube neck have not moved.

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