Single verticle line running through screen on lcd flat screen
Hi, we've had our LG LCD flat screen for about a year now and recently we're starting to see a perfectly straight vertical line running through the screen, when we squeeze the casing of the t.v it disappears, however, when pressure is released it returns.
It's there most days but not all the time?.
Is this repairable or is our t.v done for?
It's kind of annoying when you're watching it?
Thanks in advance
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Line faults & possible causes to LCD & Plasma screen are given with illustrations. You can get an idea about the fault to an extent. Faults to all LCD & Plasma screen are similar, irrespective of its brand and screen size.
Hi, I purchased the same model in November 2009. About 2 weeks ago a single horizontal line appeared. Each day another appeared until today when the video went out. Now it displays bands of vertical colored lines like a pastel colored rainbow. Did you find a solution to the problem?
That is either going to be something simple like a connector being dirty or not seated correctly or a problem in the monitor itself.
Unplug and reconnect the cables a few times.If you are lucky this will fix it. Usually however this indicates a problem either in the video section on the monitor board or a panel edge connector problem.
Check if you have any warrenty left as this will be covered. Keep in mind that repair costs if you pay for them will be a good chunk of buying a new replacement.
You have a defective LCD panel. The only way to fix it is to replace the whole LCD panel. It is the most expensive part in the TV (usually $500-2500) depending the make, model, and size. It is also time consuming as you need to take the whole TV apart in order to replace that part.