Question about Televison & Video
Hi matt it sounds to me like a magnetic interference problem a speaker may be too close or someone has been by the set with a powerful magnet .. other than that it may be scan problem and would require a service department to repair it as plasma circutry uses surface mounted technology and you need very special equipment to solder or desolder components .
If it is speakers then moving them a little further away might cure it im guessing you have stand speakers either by the side or behind the set as I said they may be just to close .. other than that you will need a proffesional engineer to bench test and repair this set .. Another reason I have seen for this is that the screen has taken some sort of impact if that is the case usually it requires replacement but that would be covered by a houshold insurance damage clause .. I hope this has been of help to you and that hopefuly it is just a spaeker problem .. Regards Vortash
Posted on May 16, 2009
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