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Red lines taking up half of screen

When I turn on my dvd player, there are these giant semi-transparent red lines taking up half of the screen. It doesn't affect the sound but I really need it to be fixed. The problem is in the player, not in one DVD because after changing the DVD the lines were still there. Please help me! Lizzie Moon

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Re: Red lines taking up half of screen

Call a tech near you they will be able to help you.look up a tech in your phone book.good luck.

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