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Half of screen will go black, system reset restores OK??????

Every so often the screen will go black on one side. Left side this time, not sure if its always that side or not. I do a system reset and it solves problem until next time. Do I have bigger problems brewing? It has done this occasionally from the time the TV was new. The TV is about 4 years old now. I'd say that I have had to reset it 2-3 times a year.

Thanks! Dale

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Yes you do my friend, if it's new please return it for an exchange or whatever you decide. If it's out of warranty have a svc.ctr look at it. It sounds like a corrupted ee-prom. Sometimes a firmware update can rectify some cases.

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