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Red Lines On Screen of Hitachi 43FDX01B

Help! On the screen of my TV (Hitachi 43FDX01B) there are these crazy horizontal red lines. Some of them are crossing at the bottom of the screen and then towards the top they curve upwards going from left to right. It happened once or twice already and it fixed itself, but now they're not going away.

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I also have the same problem. I've found that you can adjust each color of the screen by removing the speaker cover. Underneath you'll find a piece of partical board. Remove it. Looking at the front of the T.V. from left to right you will see the projector assembly for each color, red, green and blue. There are about six levers that pivot around each assembly. There factory settings are marked with white paint. By turning the ones on the red projector only you can manipulate the reds alignment on the screen. I don't know if it will work yet. My wife is the middle of adjusting. If anyone has a better solution please post it. I love my T.V.

Posted on Apr 15, 2007

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Can we see a picture of that?? I dont understand whatyour saying about the lines.. Are they differant colors or all red and do they make the pic bow?? does the pic look or have a reddish tinge to it?? is ther too much red in the picture??? Please let us know or let us see??

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