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I have a JVC HDTV and the left side of the screen is black while the right side seems alright. the tv is not quite 2 years old.

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I would like to help you troubleshoot this, i have a good idea what the problem is, would you like to fix this yourself, or just know whats wrong so you can take it in for service?

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