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The shadow is most likely red in color? This is a very common issue and requires the light engine or also called the optics block replaced. The good news for you is Sony has extended the warranty for this replacement until June 2010. I have included the link for this instance and would advise you to move quickly and take advantage of the repair. Now if ANYTHING like your lamp need to be replaced that is on you as Sony is only covering the optics block, but hey its the most expensive part to replace anyway. Please take a few moments to rate my answer. Thanks...
there is a class action lawsuit against sony. its called the optical block. contact sony to see if your unit is covered under the sony extended warranty. they will fix it for free. if not they may help on getting you a replacement at a discounted price. you may have to get a little mean to get satisfaction . Good luck hope that helps.
I f these lines are slightly diagonal and they all showed up at the same time. you probaly have an open resistor in the ABL circuit. since your set is 13 yrs old, I would not put a penny into it.
You might take the front grill cover off and the panel behind it and find the little black box with 6 little controls 3 are for focus 3 are for screen turn the screen ones ever so slightly counter clock wise. the control in the middle is the green screen adjustment. If the green line goes away try the one labeled r for red and b for blue.
Call Sony!! It Will get worse!!! The panel has ribbons that have fine wires that are used to show each line of information on the screen. Either the panel is going or the wires are loose. Either way, the panel needs replacing. Just hope to God it's under warranty or if not, sony will help you out with a buy-out.
On the KDFE55A20 this sounds like a bad Q-Box. I would get an estimate from a Sony authorized servicer as this part may be quite expensive. On the 55A10 model this may be the B-Block and is also quite expensive. Getting an on-sit estimate would be the first step I suggest. Again go with an authorized Sony servicer. Call Sony or go to Sony.com for customer service. Good Luck