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There is a backlight bulb that is burned. You will have to remove the cluster and replace the bulb in the middle. I can't remember the exact bulb number but the old one should have a marking on it. I would suggest replacing ALL the bulbs (I think there are 3 or 4) as long as you have the dash out. They will all burn out shortly due to the age of the vehicle. Bulbs are good for about 10,000 hours or so.
I take it that you have watched many hours of 4x3 video on this 16x9 TV . What you see is evidence of screen burn, like they used to warn about with the old "pong" type games with stationary objects. The 4x3 pattern is burned into the phosphor in the projection tubes. the area of the burned pattern is not as efficient as the unused areas that make up the 16x9. If you watch enough 16x9 it may even out somewhat, but will never be perfect. Replacing the tubes will fix it, but they're pricey, and you may be subject to it happening again, depending on your viewing habits.
first how old is the tv with your first and second generation flat screens and plasma tvs alot of the logos have burned into the bottom corners of the screen and after awhile they burn so much in it grows to bigger portion of the screen and unfortuneatly there is nothing you can really do for this until its time to buy a new bulb if lcd for the tv sorry
Take a putty knife and slide it under the front of the cover to release it from the area behind the back seat and pull it forward. Then twist the bulb holder out of the cover. The bulb pulls out of the holder . Replace bulb and reassemble.
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A picture or blank raster viewed from the front will have red marks if a portion of the image path from the green CRT to the front screen is blocked by debris or if the Green CRT is damaged from burn-in or other situations. If green is missing, red dominates virtually any image.
Severe CRT burn-in can occur when there is no sweep signal to a yoke. I have seen technicians removing yoke connectors on RPTVs in attempts to find shorted or suspect components.
Occasionally a damaged TV is sent back to customers as repaired and a service order for a new "fault or complaint" is initiated when the customer complains of the red or green marks or lines.
might be the motherboard or charging board overheating crack open the case if its not under waranty and check all connections . turn the psp on and see if any thing gets really hot really fast or if there are any burn marks also make note that the psp might not freeze up when open ... if this is the cast its a cooling issue.... please be forewarned that opening your psp WILL VOID your warranty and could be hazardous (shock, burn damage ect ect) and that YOU AND ONLY you are responsible for your actions
You most likely have a burn in on the surface of one of the picture tubes. What you need to do to confirm this, would be to take off the front screen, and with the set turned on, look directly into each one of the lenses, and see if you see a mark on the green or the blue tube. if this is the case, and I am pretty sure it is, the picture tube will need to be replaced, but this set is not a young thing, as the green faint lines is most likely a bad capacitor in the screen drive circuit. If the picture tube is indeed burned on the surface, most likely be better off buying a new TV set. Good Luck