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They are static lines. They can be caused by a variety of reasons, damage to your monitor, damage to your vid card (perhaps it was got a little too hot?), ive seen this issue also with overclocked, try resetting to defaults if so. Also try reinstalling/updating your current display drivers. If you have an integreated video card it could be that your motherboard got hot and perhaps damaged it. If you have a spare vid card or something else you can hook up to try, and it still has the static lines, then it is your monitor for sure.
Adjust controls on the monitor. There a double box that lays on top of the other. Adjust that option... You may also want to adjust the setting that shows a box with arrows pointing up and down. adjust it as well.. Experiment on the settings. You'll get it right.
I think this is the problem of blanking section change the horizantal and vertical blanking transistors.placed near eht.normaly 700 in series and connected with vertical output ic.if they are ok then change vertical output ic.
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Samsung products does not require u to produce a bill during warranty, ur product info will be registered in the database of the customer care center. So you can go in and get ur claim with the warranty. And the about the green lines, it could be that something is wrong with your graphics adapter.