Question about Televison & Video
While watching TV, a white strip about an inch wide appeared down the entire length of the screen. Changing channels and powering the TV off and on did not get rid of the line. While continuing to watch the TV, i noticed a faint black line appearing from the top end on one half of the white line, gradually extending down the full length of the white line until it gradually became pitch black. it now appears as a strip that is half white and half black. Any chance it can be fixed? Is it worth fixing or better replacing?
The picture and sound is otherwise fine.
One of your "X" buffer boards is defective. In Panasonic plasma tv's they are located at the bootom of the set and connect directly to the plasma diplay panel via a thin ribbon cable. The board you want to replace will be directly in line with the discolored vertival line in the picture. The part number is on the circuit board and usualy starts with "tnp..." or "txp..."
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