Question about Televison & Video
Bad connection, loose plug or a bad board--several choices---if problem is inside the screen unit itself that is fatal.
Posted on Dec 03, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I agree your screen is cracked. It's smooth to the touch because you're not actually touching the LCD section of the screen, just the protective coating. The advantage of owning an LCD TV over plasma... you can replace the screen either by going to the manufacturer or some place like e-bay. It's not a difficult thing to do if you take your time and pay attention to the details.
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
This is a screen address failure from part of the matrix addressing. This can be caused by fair number of types of faults to cause a missing part of the addressing. You will not be able to fix this yourself.
Find out who the authorised local Samsung service is for your area. They will be able to give you an estimate.
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
One of two things could be wrong.. One is the digital board and or connector. the second is that the LCD display is going bad..
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
Problem on Video card.
Solve: If you fix itself please check lies dry soldered.Thoroughly soldering it.Or if fix not itself please go to a workshop.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
I had this problem on a 37" Viewsonic LCD. Pulled it apart and through a process of elimination, I traced the problem back to a small board with several flat white ribbon cables coming out of it. The board was near the top center of the screen and under a ton of other equipment requiring almost a total disassembly.
This small board was clean but I noticed one of the rubber standoffs had slipped down and was making contact with one of the outputs running to the LCD. It also happened to be the output running to the section of the screen with the problem.
I postulated that the sticky glue on the rubber standoff may have just enough conductivity to cause a problem. Moved it so that it was no longer touching anything electrical and then reassembled the TV.
Afterwards, I turned it on and was pleased to see the problem has gone away! If you're having the vertical line problem, then maybe this could be your problem too, especially if you have a Viewsonic since it could be a manufacturing defect.
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
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