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Re: Sony WEGA 42" LCD TV
If these are oth LCD projection have them looked at. The light engine will need to be relaced and has an extended warranty on some models for this case. Call Sony with the serial and model to verify and they can tell you in your area who is a qualified Sony servicer. Circuit City can handle these if they are covered by the light engine warranty.
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Trinitron tubes are the best ever built picture tubes - long life, best contrast and sharpness, brilliant colors, etc thou u never get with any modern lcd screen. otherwise the big form factor is uncompareable with todays thin screens. also the brand itself and in your case the wega model is a name on its own high standard. anyway i would recommend you to let your tv check by a local service cause it sounds like a electronical problem - let them tell you how much aproximately fixing will count - before they repair it - so you still can decide is it worth or not. hope to helped a bit.
It's the return of the line, it should be cut off completely. To make it invisible again the cutoff point for the blue cannon should be adjusted (practically this means - turn a potentiometer) - all it takes is a screwdriver and the necessary knowledge. How much it will cost - that depends on how expensive your repairmen are
It sounds like it needs the Optical Block replaced. It can be fixed but it will be expensive and a good bit of a tear down to replace. Cost wise $600.00 or so for the part. Sony has had a lot of issues with these Optical Blocks and you may want to call them to see if it qualifies for a recall repair.
Their Customer # is 1800-222-SONY
I hope this helps,