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Sony Wega LCD shows a circuit pattern on screen

Our Sony LCD rear screen projector, Model No. KF-60we610, has a 4" high x 12" wide area near the bottom of the screen that has what appears to be the layout of the lines of a circuit pattern. The pattern is yellow and you can see though it so that the tv image can still be seen. The pattern is not a true rectangle but more a combination of three smaller patterns. The rest of the screen is fine. It came out of nowhere. Haven't been able to find anything on the net about this. Hope you can help.

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Hi,
This is amazing problem in your TV and if you please send few snaps of TV Screen that shows that circuit pattern at welcomejee@yahoo.com that will help me a lot to understand that what could be possible cause of that and what is solution.
Thank you.


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