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Shadow lines on screen

My 52" Mitsubishi DLP works great with a hi def input signal but with the DVD player or regular TV signals shows a slightly tilted series of faint lines in the background. Not impossible to live with but annoying.

Any idea what causes it? Could it be an artifact of a weak signal?

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The DM board is defective. there are approx 20 smd parts that need to be changed. if this board is going then it is just a matter of time before you have the bglod. check out www.tv-techs.com

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