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Solution my tv konka k2166cz has thi problem.I could only see half the picture.horizontal line half way down cutting out/off top of what actually should be seen on the screen. bottom portion is atleast okey although it is gradually going up .top portion is blank.

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You have a bad vertical output IC or a bad capacitor(s) in the vertical driver or output circuits. Not a job for the user to do unless you have the proper tools as well as a service manual. Good Luck

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