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My first thought would be to check your TV on multiple inputs to verify that it IS the TV and NOT isolated to your input cable(s). If you can get a solid blue color to come up on the screen by changing inputs then it would really narrow down the issue(s).
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Hi, on the bottom of your screen- just hidden inside the lower plastic trim, should be a black felt tag that lets the sensor know where the page should stop. Sometimes these curl up and fall off. You should see that at least one tag is on one of the screens. Mark on the plastic frame where that black felt stops with your finger or a bit of sticky tape. Turn off your machine and move the screen by hand. You can tell where it should stop for the next page as usually the screen has some minor rounded folds where it sits on the rollers.
When in position- use a permanent black pen to draw a small 1cm high by 3cm wide black box as low as possible on the screen where the old tag fell off. It may still be there rolled up- you could then reglue it if it is there.
Sometimes no felt is visible, but the previous glue/sticky gives you a clue- usually about 5cm to the left of centre you will find it. If your put the permanent pen in the wrog place, metho will remove it. If you are worried- try a w/b pen first. Perhaps only a small part of ther felt is missing.- Ross
is the black marks grease look under the bottom of the machine and look on the side walls of the machine if u have a line of grease around both sides then you would need to change the transimission on the machine if it is not grease and you determine that is pen u might try looking in between the two baskets.And lastly ihave seen pen cartriges enlodge inside the pump which does cause the pen to leak hope this helps
This may be a processor issue, as mine does this too.
As for others, most issues surrounding the stylus are battery related.
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Have a real good cleanup of the ink that was (presumably) leaking from the old black cartridge. Remove the cartridges from the cartridge carrier and use kitchen paper towel to soak up any ink in the bottom. Give the cartridge outlet holes a dab on the towel as well. Replace the cartridges promptly.
Turn the printer on, and as soon as the print head moves, pull the power cord out of the back. You should now be able to (carefully) move the print head by hand. Place a layer of paper towel on the printer track, and move the print head across it to mop up any surplus ink. Move the print head across to the left out of the way and use kitchen towel to mop up surplus ink in the Print Head parking area.
Now turn the printer on and carry out a cleaning cycle (right click the little printer icon in the bottom right corner of the screen and select clean). Now run a nozzle check (right click the little printer icon in the bottom right corner of the screen and select nozzle check). Are there any extra black lines in evidence now? If so, try another 1 or 2 cleaning cycles and nozzle check. Black lines gone now?
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Make sure that you do not have anything around you that has blue-tooth or a blue-tooth option. Cell phones, mp3's etc. These can give off false electromagnetic signals causing it to think that you did something that you did not do.
What you are decsribing sounds like your picture tube or tubes have been scored (permanent burn marks on the picture tube phosphor). The sure way to tell is to remove the front screen and look into each of the three lenses while the set is on. You will see a black image of your pen mark within the picture. Did you recently have problems with convergence or the set shutting down (turing off by itself for no resaon) ?