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Lines on my tv.

It wasnt working at all i put in a power supply now it comes on but has lines

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  • billy channell Jan 03, 2013

    if you keep turning it on and off the picture stays on the lines go away

  • Sonny Berry
    Sonny Berry Jan 04, 2013

    Its more than likely a connection issue on the LVDS cable to the Tcon or the TCons two ribbon wire connections

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Can you describe the type of lines or possibly post a picture? That would assist in offering a possible solution to the cause. Please respond to this same post for further assistance.

Posted on Jan 03, 2013

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