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Model 52149 has a vertical line running down middle and right edge of screen. does away after about an hour after tv is turned on.

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SOURCE: I have a LT-46244 and there are two vertical black

No format burn-in if thats what you mean, tv needs to serviced. good luck Julio milleniumtvsvc@gmail.com

Posted on Jul 23, 2009

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SOURCE: red vertical line down right side of the screen

hi

I think your TV have a trouble inside lcd panel
the controller board contains driver IC. Deffective driver IC can cause of line display.
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Three reasons why one vertical line accross screen can happen in LCD;

1.The missing signal from the controller IC to
LCD driver.
2. LCD driver IC itself defective
3. Dry contact in the tape carrier package.

Use masking or electrical tape to mark it where the line was located. press it if the line back to normal but when release your hand came back i think it was intermittent. Open the LCD panel

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Use robber
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Place the rubber on the top of TCP
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Gently close back the top casing

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Good luck...





Posted on Aug 21, 2009

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