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PHILIPS plasma 42PFP5532D wrong horizontal image position

Hello,
the image on my plasma tv is completely uncentered.
ex : on 4/3 display mode, I should have two bars on the edges, not displaying image. I only have one bar on the left. I don't know how to qualify this problem so I'll add a picture.
Is there any way to correct this with the service menu ?

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  • Anonymous Mar 10, 2009

    same **** here

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SOURCE: Sony KDL 46V2500

This set does have a video problem. If it was bought locally, then, the retailer may have a 30 day return policy. If bought online or cannot be returned, then, contact Sony, for a service center in your location: http://eservice.sony.com/webrma/web/index.do Either way the set is to new to have a problem and you should get it resolved as soon as possible.

Posted on Aug 05, 2007

Soulvisitor
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SOURCE: 42" Gateway Plasma TV

Please tell us what model gateway TV

Posted on Dec 01, 2007

jerryg50
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SOURCE: vertical black bar on plasma screen

This is usually caused by a screen addressing fault. The location of the fault can be on the main screen driver board, or in the area for the screen address processing. It can also be matrix fault with the drive to the screen.

You will have to give the set out for an estimate. From this you can make the decision if the set is worth to service or not.

Jerry G.

Posted on May 19, 2008

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SOURCE: 42 inch philips plasma HDTV vertical bar on screen

does the vertical lines appear like solid vertical bard infront of the pictire??

Posted on Jul 08, 2008

ripleymojica
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SOURCE: vertical bar about 3/4" from top to bottom of monitor

panel is done. economical to repair. new panel is about 90 percent the cost of the tv new

Posted on Jun 03, 2009

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