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Mitsubishi WD62530 62 in. HDTV LCD displaying blue vertical lines

My TV is brand new. I just go done watching a dvd and switched back from HDMI input to Cable 1 and now all I see was a black screen. I still had audio. No luck getting video so I did a system reset, now all I see is blue vertical lines. Does anyone know what that means, and how I can fix this problem? Any help would be appreciated!!!!!!

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Re: Mitsubishi WD62530 62 in. HDTV LCD displaying blue...

I just got the same tv today and the same thing happend to me but it happend with the satellite input and i did not have the blue vertical lines i just had a black screen and sound. i unplugged the hdmi cable that carried the signal to the tv and plugged it back in and i had a picture. hope this helps

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