Have you checked what happens when other forms of SOURCES are used. For example, when you switch away frrom HDMI or Tuner, etc. Does this still appear? If not then it could be with a cabling issue or possibly a cab;le/SAT, DVD, etc. issue. But if it persists, then it's totalled, unless it doesn't bother you.lol..... Good Luck!
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Line, faults & possible causes to LCD screen are given with illustrations. You can get an idea about the fault to an extent.
According to what i could find, there is no way to actually SOLVE the problem, this is what i did find;
The plasma display panel is lighting the phosphors by the
discharge of internal radiation. Depending on the screen
contents, in rare cases this may cause vertical stripes to appear
because of failure to light. Please note that this is not a
Try connecting an external monitor to the Dell Inspiron 9300 and see if the vertical line is also present on the monitor. If the monitor display is fine, then your laptop’s LCD display panel is defective. If the monitor also displays the vertical line, then your problem is with either the video card or motherboard located inside your laptop. Not sure if the Compaq Presario has an external monitor plug, but if it does the above procedure can be applied to that one as well. Your responses are intended to improve the level of service provided. Please rate your experience. Thank You.
Had this same issue on right side of 52" about 1 inch from side but had 3 vertical lines that disappeared after 40 minutes. Have Samsung LNT5265FX/XXA and about 16 months old. LCD Panel itself had to be replaced to fix it, fortunately had extended service plan
To adjust manual convergence on your projection TV, follow theses steps:
Turn your TV on.
Let it warm up for 30 minutes.
Press the Menu button on your remote. The Main menu appears.
Use your remote to select Function, and then press the joystick.
Select Convergence, and then press the joystick. The Manual Convergence screen appears.
Select Red, and then press the joystick. A series of crosshairs appears on the screen.
Select one of the outside crosshairs by moving the joystick up/down/right/left or by pressing the 2 (up), 4 (left), 6 (right), or 8 (down) buttons on your remote. The method you use depends on the model of remote you have.
Note: You must do the outside crosshairs first.
In the crosshair you selected, if you can see a horizontal red line, use the CH up or CH down buttons to move the line so that it is superimposed on the horizontal center line of the crosshair.
Note: Make the single horizontal line as white as possible.
In the crosshair you selected, if you can see a vertical red line, use the Vol + or Vol - buttons to move the line so that it is superimposed on the vertical center line of the crosshair.
Note: Make the single vertical line as white as possible.
Repeat for all outside crosshairs, and then for the inside crosshair.
Return to the Manual Convergence Screen, and select Blue, and then press the joystick.
Repeat Steps 7 through 10 for Blue.
Press the Menu button on your remote to exit.
Important: The directions above work for most Samsung Rear Projection TVs. Yours may be different. For exact directions to perform manual convergence, see your user's manual. If you don't have your user's manual on hand, click HERE to view your manual on line.
If you cannot get your Projection TV to converge, it may need to be serviced. To arrange a service appointment, call Samsung Customer Care at 1-800-Samsung (1-800-726-7864). Have your TV's model number and serial number on hand when you call.