Try changing the resolution to 720. You'll need to do this from either your cable box or your direct tv receiver and not from the tv. Hope this helps. Let me know how you make out. email@example.com
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This is an easy fix using the Philips remote control that came with your tv. On the center of the remote is a dial that has left right up down controls. Stand in front of the tv and using those controls you can recenter the screen and get rid fo the green line. I had same problem when we hooked up hd satellite reciver to philips 37 plasma
I had the same problem when we hooked up an hd satellite box. It's a simple solution using the Philips remote that came with your tv. The dial in the center of the remote with up down left right control will move the picture left or right up or down by holding the direction you want to go. Make sure to stand in front of tv.
Using your TV's remote control press the right cursor button three times
and it will adjust the Screen to the right and the green line will
disappear. Use the left button if your green line is on the left.
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Horizontal or vertical bars on the screen could be from an ac line interference, adjacent magnetic field, bad input wire connections.....especially HDMI connector cables. A bad HDMI cable causes all kinds of unwanted picture interference. Check the conditon of all connection wires for proper fit and function. Keep in mind the method in which you connect your tv will result how the tv performs. As well this line problem could be a circuit issue too, requiring a technician to look at it.