How are electromagnets used in televisions?

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In a cathode-ray tube (CRT) a beam of electrons is used to light up the phosphors on the screen.  The direction of the beam is controlled by two electromagnets.  One sweeps the beam horizontally while the other steps it down vertically.  In the
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