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Picture is off Center to the RIGHT

This is a technical problem. I was on the phone with Philips for an hour. This is in all modes (DVD, Cable, etc.) There is a 5-6" Gap on the left side in 4:3 mode. In widescreen it takes up the space but the picture still runs off the right side of the screen. Even in MENU the words run off the right side. so it seems the picture is off to the right and wider than it should be.
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  • Anonymous Apr 13, 2008

    You need to replace the Small Signal Board (SSB) Part Number 310432842631 You can get this board from any Philips 42PF9630A/42PF7220A models also. I got mine off eBay

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