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My plasma tv has a black bar in the left side goin up and down?

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Depending on brand,model etc it could be a bad buffer board-thin board along bottom of set-or bad plasma display panel itself.On some units the buffer bd is not available seperatly and you must replace the plasma panel which will cost much more than the set.

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