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We have a new sony flat screen tv that was working perfectly fine. All of a sudden there is what looks like a flourescent blue line about 2 inches wide down the middle of the screen. I tried to reset the tv but that didn't work. Any suggestions?

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I've seen this a lot. The LCD panel is shot. Back to Sony for warranty.

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