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Sony Trinitro 36" HD TV

My TV sceen picture leaning down to right. Is there horizontal button or verticle button.

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There is a circuitry problem with the scan control, this is a job for the "Shop" as I always advise get a firm "Quote" B4 prceeding with any fix... Generally these days there is no Horizontal/Vertical Hold, as such, it is all done by the Compter Chip inside.

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