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Visio LCD TV - Partial Picture blacked.

Hello,
Please help!
My Visio 42" LCD TV has this problem. The bottom right portion of the picture is blacked out - the blacked out
section has the shape of a rectangle - the area blacked out represents about 15-18% of the total picture area.
Thanks,
Nancy

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Hello! I have a 32" Vizio LCD...within 30 minutes of the tv being turned on, black lines start running through the bottom half of the screen and eventually blacking out the bottom half of the tv screen. It also doesn't have anything to do with the ratio as I have tried that. HELP!

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