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3 small lines

I recently moved my Tv and not when I start it up I have these 3 small vertical lines in middle of picture (blue, red and yellow). I have tried all the convergence options but can not get them to dissapear. Any help woul be appreciated....

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I still have not found the solution...I had a reapir person tell me that the picture tubes need to be replaced....I am pretty sure he had no idea what to do.....

Posted on Oct 24, 2007


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