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that sounds like it could either be a convergence issue, or power supply issue. If you go to the following link and leave them a email with your model number and symptoms they will help you identify which part you need. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
Your tv has two screens on it. The outter screen and the inner screen. The outter screen has a frame around it held on by clips. You can remove this outter screen by gently prying it from the tv. There is a small gape between the outter screen and the tv casing. When prying the outter screen be carefull not to dsanage the tv case or the outter screen frame. Take note of the location of each clips because you will need thses to put the outter screen back on. Clean with a good gentle screen cleaner, (Do Not Use Windex). Philips screen cleaning gel for plasma & LCD works very good. Install the outter screen back on the tv by making sure the clips line up and use light pressure to snap it back in place. Do Not Hit Outter Screen To Force Clips Into Place.. I do this on my tv about once every 6 months or so.
maybe I can get you one but I need the sizes in inches by the way some tv has more than 1 screen can you tell me if all of them are broken? I was unable to singn in for a while due to a problem in the system
Check for bad caps in vertical circuit.
Solder any/all bad connects.
REPLACE vertical o/p IC w/OEM or better quality.
I usually use Tosh,Hit,or Pana.
2)Check/replace tactil switch (menu)on front panel.