Question about Televison & Video
Green lines all over the screen denotes tow faults. The first one is with its T'Con board, and the other is with its display panel. It is best to contact any service technician, to make a confirmation.google.com/+GopakumarGopalan
Posted on Nov 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I've seen this problem before and if caught early (usually only a few pixels), its fixable. But if it has already started forming a "line" it might be too late and you might have a defective LCD panel. Most of the time, doing the factory initialization helps with this problem.
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Posted on Mar 28, 2008
my maxent plasma tv has the same problem but it has green and red lines. I found out that hitting the tv from the back works. It used to last a long time but now i have to get up now and then to slap the tv on back with my hands! anyone with a long term solution?
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
Warranty still alive?
Hope so; the problem could be an expensive one.
The screen appearance is controlled by allowing light from a backlight through by turning pixels off and on.
This switching is done by a matrix that turns on vertical and horizontal pixels of the right shade at the right time to produce the image you see.
One of the control elements for the vertical that controls the transmission of green light from the backlight, has died (no longer switching off and on when told) and these are normally a part of the LCD screen assembly itself and not easily replaceable.
I would be talking to Sharp - this shouldn't happen in 6-7 months of use.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
you will find 4 screws at the back of the tv about 4" inches from the bottom. lay the tv set flat on your bed. you will need a metric allen wrench to remove the 4 screw. once the 4 screws are removed slide the base away from the tv.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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