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A thin line has developed on the screen after 4 years of dependable use

My name is robert Zielinski (zski12000@yahoo.com) my wife Eunjung Kim Zielinski bought this flat screen in busan korea where we live four years later the screen has developed a thin line that crosses.75 perscent to of the screen near the bottom is the screen burning out

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Robert,
Well...tell your wife Eunjung the bad news... her monitor got a busted panel. It's time to retired this monitor... Just in time, get her a new one for Xmas. Happy Holidays!

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