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Picture is thin.

I turn on the tv and the picture is about 6 inches from top to bottom. It started with a few lines at the top of the tv and now a 6 inch picture is all I get.

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Looks like you have a problem with the Vertical Output stage of the TV. Unless you know something of solid state Electronics servicing , there is nothing you can do.

Posted on Jun 09, 2007

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