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LG 50PC5D rigth screen colored lines 12''

I have a Plasma LG TV. As I switch it on, right side of the screen has a colored line pattern apprx. 12''. The TV in subject is close to 2 years old. Has anyone seen this problem? Please respond ASAP.

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LG 50PC5D-UL Plasma TV.... While playing XBox360 the screen just shrunk to the top 3" as though some one was holding a towel over the bottom portion of the screen. I have unplugged all inputs and the unit. I have let it cool down. Still it remains in this condition. I can't see the menu because it's in the portion of the screen that is "blacked out". What do I do?

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