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Thick Black Line Down Middle of TV

When I switch from HD to standard definition channels, I get a thick black line down the middle of my screen. When I switch back to HD, there's no line. If my TV is off and I turn it on a standard def channel before and HD channel, there's no line. I tried changing the cable box and that didn't help.

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  • StickE25 Nov 09, 2008

    Same problem.

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Does this only occur with one input and/or does it occur when using HDMI/component cables.

if so, try getting a new HDMI cable. I have the same problem with PS3...and im about to order a new HDMI cable.

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