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Vertical hold problem

Tv works fine,except the vertical hold is not working,screen will fluctuate in size fairly consistently,and sometimes it will work fine.anybody know what this is?and also if i dont repair myself,does anyone have an idea of what a repair like this would cost?

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  • Anonymous Nov 16, 2007

    When television is first turned on, I only get a line straight across the middle of the screen. After about 5 to 10 minutes of being on, TV works fine.

  • Anonymous Dec 25, 2007

    The picture has a vertical line through the center of the screen. sound is fine but no picture.

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