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27v520t black space at top of screen 2" picture moved down

Posted question earlier. Answer was that I have a Vertical Collapse problem and internal components need to be changed. What would the component be, and could a person that knows somethings about electronics change out the component themself?

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You need tech person. 1 you will have to check specially electrolytic capacitor in vertical section.

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