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This is a new tv, we connected it and found the white smear on the1/3 left side of the screen. the tv works but you cannot see it where the smear is. It is crisp looking with vertical coloured pinstriped lines in it. The menu was underneath it and you could not see it but the curser would go underneath the white smear and would work. We did not know what we were pressing. we exchanged it but the 2nd new tv did the same thing except the smear was in the center. It was also covering the menu and the tv worked clearly on both sides of the smear. It this a problem with the tv or are we somehow having connection issues
Bring it back. You have done nothing wrong and the dealer may have a Bad Batch of units.
Posted on Mar 22, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a horizontal sync circuit gone.
In English, probably cheaper to replace than repair.
Wouldn't hurt to get a quote if it is free.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
normally the 19" resolution can support up to 1280*1024, but if it comes with vertical lines in full screen, it might indicate the panel is no longer to work and probably it's time to replace new one.
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
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