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Vertical lines in picture

All inputs except the direct feed from the satelite dish have vertical lines. Even the DVD player input has vertical lines. All cables from the dish have been replaced by the company. This did not solve the problem.

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If your satellite is in the component jack and does not have the lines, you have a bad doubler or 2HD board. These boards are located in the metal container on the left side of the tv (left as in when you are looking at the back of the tv).

Posted on Apr 01, 2007

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