Question about Samsung Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Thin Red Line on LCD TV
I had a similar problem with my LCD screen TV, and to my dismay, my warranty just ran out. A thin red line began to appear on the right side of the screen, and since many online and expert sources pretty much say replace the expensive LCD screen or get a professional to fix it (in which I suspect to be a business plot to get people to go to pricey experts), I decided to look for other possible alternatives.
Here is some tips/solutions I was given (and it worked! at least for me):
1) Turn off the LCD and unplug the power source and let it rest for 5-10 minutes. Turn it back on and see if it disappears or improve. (This is the one I used.)
2) While turned off, try jiggling gently all chords connected to the TV (cables, power chords, etc.); you could even try unplugging and replugging the chords/cables. Turn the TV back on and see if the red line disappeared or improve. (This is the one I heard worked for others.)
If the above doesn't work then I'm afraid you do have a bad panel on your screen and will need to call in the experts or get a new TV. I hope this will help. Best Wishes.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
My KDL-52W4100 just started doing the same thing. It blurs down the right side of the screen, then goes back to normal after it warms up. Does anyone know whats up with this?
Posted on May 25, 2010
Suggest return or exchange. This is a newest model, and on factory warranty, if can't return or exchange, you have to complaint it until the panel is replaced. in fact, it is 90% panel defective. right now the LCD panel quality is too bad.
Posted on Jun 17, 2010
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