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sam abou Posted on Jun 09, 2007
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55'' t.v. blurry screen on right side with green line going down

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SWounds like the convergence is bad in this set. If there are color outlines or part of the picture looks like it is in 3-D, you will have to have someone change the convergence ICs. Good Luck

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