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Screen is black with blue/green lines

Screen is black, with blue/green lines, and can get no menu up...cable doesnt show either. was watching it when this happened....

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  • jeanfordd4 Nov 24, 2008

    i can get to the volume some blue and green line come on i can get to the menu the volume stay up all the time































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Please send me a solution for that i can get to the menu and i can take th volume down it is stay up


















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