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Fish eye screen appearance on left and right side

The picture wether it's just TV channels or watching a DVD the picture on the right and left side appear like fish eye. (magnify) things appear larger on the left and right sides.

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SOURCE: Blue color spread over the pictures

This sounds classic to a thermo problem where a part(s) are becoming thermo sensitive with aga and use. When the set is cold and then warmed up, the defective part(s) is changing characteristics.

Some components became thermo sensitive that are driving the display. Or an embeded component in the display itself became thermo sensitive. It is very possible that the fault is on the board that does the X - Y addressing or on the backplane electronics of the display screen itself.

Using the set with defective components is a bad idea. If the part(s) fail completely and go shorted or opened, other more costly damage can be done.

The service rep for the manufacture of your set is equiped and trained to be able to troubleshoot and service your set.

You will have to take the set in to have it serviced.

Jerry G.

Posted on Apr 17, 2008

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SOURCE: red bar/green bar on left side of vizio plasma

I BELIEVE THE TCP CONNECTOR WILL BE THE RIBBON CABLE ATTACHED TO THE XRBT BOARD AND IM PRETTY SURE THEY ARE NOT REPLACEABLE (IF IM THINKING CORRECTLY. THE XRBT BOARD WILL BE THE THIN BOARD AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PANEL THERE WILL PROBOBLY BE 2-4 OF THEM THEY HANDLE THE VIRTICLE PIC. SO GO FOR THE BOARD DIRECTLY UNDER THE LINES. IT SHOULD BE PRETTY CHEAP UNDER $50.

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

SOURCE: I Have vertical lines in different colors left side of the tv

go to the tv menu and and adjust the horizontal settings and the green line should go away.

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trying to find problem tv is out of warranty

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Replace Y drive should solve the problem.

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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