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Re: vertical "ghost" lines
Most likely its is feedback from somekind of electrical applaince. or the connection is bad try unhooking the cables and then hooking them back in. if that doesnt work you could replace the cables and or buy a line conditioner at best buy or curciut city they can be pricey from 50.00 to1000.00. but the better the cables and line conditioner the better the picture
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please try with video input from any device,and i think you are using local antenna and it has gain problem or your tuner section of the tv is not working correctly.
if distroted pictures comes with video input signal it is video amp and processing unit problem.
you have to go for repair shop for fix that.
You have a convergence problem.You can replace this module cheaper than it can be repaired.It is so easy to do and electronics skill level is not required.If you can unplug the TV and remove the rear cover,then you can do this repair yourself.1 screw and 5 connections(plug in) is all it takes.The part number you need to order is BP95-00142E convergence amp. I would google search it and find it at the lowest cost to you.Good luck and please rate my information.
how old is the tv ??
if this tv is older than 5 years it may need to refill the liquid on the proyection bulbs and/or could have contaminats in the fluid causing the ghost and to fix that you will need a professional person to do it
This is djb1 who commented above on the vertical lines that have gotten progessively worse. I may have found a potential solution. I unplugged the TV, took the back door off where you replace the lamp, took the lamp out, changed our vacuum from a vacuum to a powerful blower and blew ALL visable dust off anywhere that I could. I paid special attention to the heavy dust that was on the TV blower fan blades and around the mirror. I also held the blower on the outside of the TV on the vents around the lamp door.
After I plugged the TV back in, the lines have disappeared. We watched TV last night for about 2 more hours and the vertical lines never came back. So far this morning, the lines have not come back and it has been a couple hours as well.
It's worth a try. The free solution may be as simple as clearing out all dust. LET'S HOPE IT'S A PERMANENT SOLUTION!!