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Re: Green shadow or static lines(dots) all over screen
Problem sounds like ignition noise. Depending on the condition of applainces and electrical distribtion box (Fused/circuit breakers) on the premises. Could also be entering through outside source. The best way to find out if this actually causing your problem is to take a portable radio and tune around 550mhz on the AM band. If you hear a buzz or crackle tune radio to the loudest hum or buzz, then walk around aiming towards the more signal or louder it gets until you find the source. Hope this helps.
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I have seen this many times. The tv most likely has run its course. It could be the power supply or a lamp. Sounds more like a lamp, as you still have lights on your set. check around and get some prices on a lamp. you can have a local shop install it for you. or just replace the set.
static line at top is a problem with the broadcast input. many cable boxes and satellites create this because they dont quite fill the true resolution that the tv is capable of. the green splotches sound like overheating of the lcd lamps. id return it for a new one.
We had full screen green interference. What solved the problem for me was disconnecting and reconnecting all the cables. One cable in particular was pulled very tightly and could have been torquing the connection inside the cable box. Anyway, releasing that tension and adding some slack resolved the issue.
Check the cable connections and/or replace the cables to the AV2 input.
If replacing the cable doesn't provide a solution, try running your DVD through the input. Since it works fine now, you would be checking the input AV2 by putting your working DVD. If the DVD plays with no problems, the input is fine.
Also try the VCR using coax into the TV instead of RCA into AV2. This will give you some idea about the condition of the VCR.