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Bars on screen

I have 3 1/2-3/8 inch bars approximately 1 1/2 inches apart extending 12 1/2 in down from the left upper edge of the screen. The bars are visible both when a picture is present and with a blank screen. They are made up of visible pixels generally yellow and pink but do change color depending on what is on screen. There is no discernible pattern visible within the bars and they do not move.

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You have a blown circuit on the motherboard of your tv. the only way to fix this is to send it to the manufacturer (hopefully you sent in the warranty). or take it to a tv repair shop.

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