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Weird TV the audio is perfect, but the screen vertically squeezes to about a quarter of an inch and stays horizontally regular. it makes it impossible to watch but can still hear whats going on.

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The audio is perfect, but the screen vertically squeezes to about a quarter of an inch and stays horizontally regular. it is due to vertical section of your tv has failed. it is a common problem if you are not a tech person call tech to fix it. solution 1 check vertical section supply. 2 check components in vrtical output stage. 3 check vertical output ic. 4 loose contact in vertical section it is not a major ptoblem. good luck.

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