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Bottom of picture is not all the way visible.

The bottom of my picture is not all the way visible. For example: the scoreboard or the weather that runs across the bottom of the screen, is not completely vissible. All the other t.v. sets in my home show it perfectly. Any suggestions? Thaks for any help!

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You need to adjust the vertical setting on your tv set. are you a tech person? if you are just follow these instructions. turn the tv off and unplug it. take the back of the tv off. you will find the screen and the crt tube. on the tube, you will find the yoke of the screen follow the four wires coming down to the board. you will find small knobs. you will find writing next to these knobs. look for vertical phase. once you find it. now you have to plug the tv and do this live. be carefull. once you see the picture on the screen. adjust this knob till you see the bottom. good luck

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