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Philips 32PFL3506/F7 white line down middle of screen.

My friend as a Philips 32PFL3506/F7. When she turns it on, it has a white line down the center of the screen. This happens for about 5 seconds, then it power's down by itself. Any idea's? Thanks.

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SOURCE: Thin white horizontal line center of screen!

The set should have a vertical output IC,You need to change it ,maybe you can check the B+ going to it because it might have opened the safety resistor if the IC went bad.You can check for broken board too unless the set is never move from one place.Be carefull when checking voltages ,there is still high voltage,not much but can num your whole hand.

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SOURCE: White vertical line on left side of screen

I had a smililar problem after taking it apart i realised that i had screwed my mount skrews into the video main board and cracked it along with a few soldered wires, if you havent done any physical dammage to it try a firmware upgrade

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this might be the psp's problem you might of droped it .so go to a mechanic to help you pls. vote for me cloud_foe

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SOURCE: white linr down middle of screen

main fluorescent tube and drive may be damaged...average life is 2000 - 4000 hours for these screens....check if parts are available...what happend prior to it going dead?

may be 300$ in parts before labor to may be time to get a new one...
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Make sure the button on the left side of the power button is not lit up. If it is, that will make the cursor stay frozen.

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