Question about Televison & Video
On my Panasonic TH50PX77U, there is a horizontal black line through the middle of the screen. It shows up on every channel and input. If anyone could please tell me what the problem is, I would really appreciate it.
Thanks in advance. Samsung LNT4661F vertical line growing over time down screen, another is starting. I can see the line when the TV is off, too. It just appeared one day, and has been slowly getting longer. I only have a few weeks left on my warranty. Repair person said it was external damage and our fault. I don't think that was the case. HELP, PLEASE!
If u can see it with the set off its a bad pannel!!!!
U need a second opinion and fast.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
On the Panasonic if you can open and repair problem you can be helped. If not call a repair center. On the Samsung I'm afraid the Repair guy is right. If you can see the line with Unit turned off then it is not electronic failure.
Sorry I did not have good news for you. Let me know about the Panasonic Plasma. Could be dirty contacts from the x board to the display.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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