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White horizontal line down middle of TV screen

I have a horizontal 3 inch white line that is present when I turn off the satellite box or when I am turning the channels. The background color is usually black but when the line is there, the background color turns to a bright green color. It comes and goes. When it is present, I have degration of the TV picture. Had TV repair guy look at set and doesn't know what it was.... Could you please help......

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Caution whenever you see horizontal line please reduce brightness of your tv for safety of crt. your problem in vertical section only mostly due to loose contact in connector,print or loose components.

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