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Black Lines in picture

I have one (very thin, barely visible) constant black line in the center of the
screen, and various size dancing black lines in the bottom two inches of the screen.

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You may have a bad cable, bad connection, interference or all of the above. Try wiggling the cable and see if that helps. You could also move any other electronics away from the cable (if possible) and/or change out the cable (cable tv/antenna cable) and see if that clears it up. However, if the line does not appear to have any information in it as though it was just missing then your problem is a hardware issue that will require a trip to tv repair shop.

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