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Year 2000 mitsubishi 64 inch tv

The top and bottom of the screen make an oval curve and the color changes
what do i do?

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Have convergence IC's changed in your 60" TV. I only use ORIGINAL IC's, not generics or knock offs. Most companies that fix have no idea what the difference is.....

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