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Goodmans GTV42P plasma display fault

I have an old-ish Goodmans 42 inch plasma which appears to have bitten the dust. When powered on the screen is blue with an 8" white band on the RHS of the screen. This bansd swaps to the LHS of teh screen when I press teh "menu" button. Very strange? Is this a common fault or worth fixing, or do I bin the telly? The display also has a sticker on the back saying LGPDP42V6

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  • peterlowthia Sep 17, 2008

    hi ihave the same problem did you manage to get a fix ?

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i have a goodmans t.v i get power throw my t.v but i get no picture do you need a control to take it off stand by ?

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