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Hello. If you gently push on the LCD display panel, and these lines clear up, the display, or cables going to it are either bad or loose. These units use ribbon cables that simply plug in and are locked down. If they become loose, you pushing on the display may cause the unit to work temporarily.
This is a known issue with the unit that you have. It is called an LCD tab bonding defect. If you want to try to repair it, you need to get the unit apart so that you can access the edge of the lcd panel. Power it on and observe the picture and then press the edges of the display and see if you can locate the point that the edge has the defect. If you can locate that point then you have 2 options, Uncovering that point as best that you can and using a heat gun to attempt to reflow the connections OR you can find something to clamp that point and hope that it holds, otherwise you are going to have to pay for a new screen. You cannot order it yourself because they wont ship to you.
Seems like the display panel went bad. You can check for sure by unplagging the unit for 45 seconds and plugging it back in. If still no display order a new display panel. Please rate if you are satisfied
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