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There are horizontal color bands (red, yellow and purple) scrolling from the bottom to the top of my 32" insignia flat creen TV. i've owned the set for a year and it has been perfect up till now. anyguess what i can trty to fix it, what might be wrong, or how much it would cost to have someone fix it?

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You having problems with the video circuits in the television. The color bands are some type of noise from faulty components in the circuits distorting the video information for the screen.The scrolling actually is the scanning circuits. You should go to the Insignia website and check the frequently asked questions and Troubleshooting sections to see if someone else has had this problem and had the answer posted. The website is www.insignia-products.com. The telephone number for technical service is 1-877-467-4289. Hope this helps you with your problem.

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Sounds like you have some lines of dead pixels, is this an LCD screan or a plasma screen? if it's LCD then it is dead or stuck pixels, check your owners manual and there should be a section on stuck pixels if its and LCD tv.

Posted on May 11, 2009

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