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The TV should be still under warranty. Most of the flat panel TVs come with a one year warranty from the manufacture. I wouldn't mess with the to void the warranty.
The problem most likely is the buffer/scan boards on the bottom connected to the screen. It controls the vertical image on the screen. The other possibility is the plasma display panel is bad.
Go the warranty route first. This may get expensive to fix.
If the line is only a pixel in width, then I suspect the LCD panel is at fault. If out of warranty then in most cases the cost to repair it will exceed the cost of replacing the TV. Please take a moment to rate my response. Thank you.
Use the screen size button to change to 16:9. If it is in the mode where the TV decides, a yellow or green bar may show up for some unknown reason. (acutally, there is a reason, but not worth getting into). This works on Samsung TVs. The mode is called "Just Scan" when the TV decides what screen size to use on a Samsung. I don't know what it is called on a Hyundai.
It sounds like your Plasma was dropped on the right side and some of the internal wires came lose from the circlet board. 1. Is Panasonic or Vendor willing to replace it; if not, I say go ahead and open it up and see if you can find the damaged circlet. 2. Easy way trash it and purchase a new one just not from the same vendor.
it you have a repair skills you need to open the TV and make sure all the ribon connectors around the circuit boards are proper connected and if all seems to be ok, the DG board will need to be replaced.
If you dont have any repair skills I would recommend you to take you TV to a repair shop since this is complex repair
See if you can use the remote to shift the picture to the right. It depend on how far the line is to the right. If that don't fix the problem the set will need to have internal boards replaced. It may be the logic board and the logic buffers...