Question about Televison & Video
The LCD television you have has two light inputs and/or sources. One is for the right hand side of the screen and on is for the left.
From what you have described, it sound like the inverter/ballast for the right side of the screen is going bad or has faulty parts. The lighting tube that the right hand side circuts drive is not functioning properly.
This is not a "user" serviceable part.
If your unit is under warranty you need to send it in ASAP!!!!! If not then pring it to a service center near you ASAP.
Shortly, your right side will go out completely and your television will be usless. Get it repaired now before it causes more damage.
If the repair costs out weigh the replacement cost then just chauk it up to modern electronic and get yourself a new unit.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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