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Red squiggly lines all over my Panasonic Mutlimedia HDTV

I first had the exact same problem with a green and red "ball" on my t.v about three months after I replaced my bulb. Because I did not re-update my warranty, we have just delt with it. I will now be calling them, However, I now have a new problem. I have pink squiggly lines all over my picture. They look like vaines all over peoples faces and the background. My aunt said she had the same problem and she called Panasonic and hassled them enough to fix the problem for free. Has anyone else had this problem? Any words of advice?

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  • Anonymous Jan 01, 2009

    i have a Panasonic 42PX60U, and i have red curvy lines all over peoples faces, they almost look as if they are viens.

  • djhoho Apr 04, 2009

    I got nowhere when we contacted Panasonic. Our TV was 13 months old when the problem started. It cost to much money to repair so the tv has been just sitting here. Does anyone know if there is a class action lawsuit and if so any info about how I can contact someone would be great!


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I've seen this sort of effect on Sony, Hitachi, and Mitsubishi LCD projectors too. Its a defect in the LCD panels. The issue here is heat. The high temperatures around the lamp can go even higher when the ventilation system of the TV has been clogged by dust and other particulate matter, especially cigarette smoke. The lamination of the postage stamp sized LCD panels is damaged resulting in deformities which affect picture quality and uneven color rendition (blotches). Some manufacturers have helped their customers when approached and others have been compelled to because of class action lawsuits brought by angry consumers.


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