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It sounds that dlp chip got defective and need to be replaced to fix the lines issue. Local tv repairman will help you to get it replaced if you do not have experience of tv repair. Hope this info will help you. Thanks.
This is called "Field Collapse". Line collapse is different (a single vertical line) in the centre of the screen.
But field collapse is usually a fault in the field circuit (possibly a field output IC has gone short circuit) or electrolytic capacitors have dried out. The same can happen in a CRT TV - looks as if LCD panels are the same way! I think you will have to take this to a service centre.
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Normally when a line appears on the screen of a plasma or LCD it indicates the TV needs repair. There are circuit boards inside the set that, if bad, will cause problems with the picture. The only troubleshooting the manufacturer will offer is to unplug the TV for 30 minutes. If that doesn't solve the issue, the unit needs service.
Call Panasonic at 800-211-7262 to see what they're willing to do for you. If you're under warranty they will service the TV for sure. If you're out of warranty they still might give you a break--they've been known to do that.
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if it is a thin black line then it is probably a line of pixels out. if this is the case, the whole screen will have to be replaced and that can get pricey. i would suggest that you get it checked out by a tv tech and get an estimate, but it'll probably be cheaper to just get a new one
You most likely have a bad address board or the conntection is dirty between the address board and the PD (Plasma Display Panel). This is not a do it yourself repair as any damage to the cables to the PDP would require a PDP replacement.
This is a very easy fix. Your cable box is not grounded correctly. To fix this you need a AC Plug adapter. This will change your TV ac plug from a 3 wire to a 2 wire. This may sound funny, but trust me on this. I have fix a lot of TV in NY doing just this.