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Audio works fine, but screen is blue with horizontal lines, Model#AT3208S

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Change audio cabel

Posted on Jan 12, 2013

  • Leroy Smith Jan 14, 2013

    Changed audio cables, and it didn't correct the problem.

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SOURCE: PICTURE IS ONLY FINE HORIZONTAL LINE

Hi there,it looks as if you have a frame collaps,this is the first time i have ever heard of this on an LCD tv,i take it that there is no picture at all only a thin line.

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SOURCE: My Panasonic tv displays only a thin blue horizontal line

This is vertical problem. The tv have a cold solder in vertical ic or ic is bad.

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SOURCE: 32 ''Sanyo DP32648 TV has horizontal line running across screen

If you do not have any bad capacitors Problem will be the Display Panel
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SOURCE: Blue screen, no picture, audio works fine. TV

I have the same issue. I am thinking I need to replace the T-con board. Did you get your fixed and what did you need or do?

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SOURCE: Vizio 42" HDTV. Video will frequently scramble and

The image processor - the one that generates the image from the data on the channel signal - has failed. You must replace the entire LCD controller board - the one that has the processor. Here it is
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just get it replaced.

it very very common & minor problem.

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