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We have a Sony Grand Wega KDF-50A10We just started having an issue with verticle lines in the picture that extend from the top down about 1/3 of the screen. There are similar diagonal lines on the bottom...


It will be best for you to visit the site linked here. It has screen-shots to defective LCD screens, and details about the faults. You can compare them to that of your TVs' and can determine the cause of the fault. If you wish to get more details, check this. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
Pull up previous posts by its left sidebar, or type in the brand name and model number to of your set, to its search box, and press 'Enter' or view it in Mosaic / Timeslide option.

Sep 29, 2013 | Sony KDF-E50A10 50 in. LCD HDTV

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Verticle lines across top of screen


This is a problem with the vertical circuit and because it "repairs" itself, sounds like either a poor solder connection or a failing capacitor. This is a fairly common problem that is easily resolved. If you have repair experience, you can fix this yourself. Please verify the model number and whether or not you plan on attempting the repair and I'll supply additional details.

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I have virtical lines on lap top


Once you start to get vertical lines on your LCD screen, it's usually time for a new screen. I would check first by running an external monitor just to be sure it's not the video card.

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I have two verticle lines- one white and other one


The screen will likly need to be replaced. Try an external monitor on it, does it still have lines? if not then its the screen on laptop.

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Verticle lines on the screen


Failing Display Panel Circuit Board... THis Means You Will Need A Screen Replacement..

Nov 17, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite A105 Notebook

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Verticle lines across my dell lap top


Put your screen saver to black..let the screen saver come on if lines are there you need a new lcd.....if lines are not there uninstalll all graphics drivers reboot your laptop and reinstall this will fix it if not your lcd screen is on its way out.....NEVER CLOSE YOUR LAPTOP AND STAND ON IT THAT IS JUST SILLY THINK ABOUT IT PEOPLE I MEAN COME ON HOW STUPID CAN YOU GET YES PUTTING PRESSURE ON THE LCD WILL REMOVE THE LINES FOR A WHILE BUT THEY WILL COME BACK.

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Laptop verticle lines and shuts off when it wants to.


This is a bad video card but unfortunately your video card is not seperate from the motherboard so you have to replace the whole board

Dec 02, 2007 | Computers & Internet

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Verticle lines on screen


This is a very easy fix. Your cable box is not grounded correctly. To fix this you need a AC Plug adapter. This will change your TV ac plug from a 3 wire to a 2 wire. This may sound funny, but trust me on this. I have fix a lot of TV in NY doing just this.24001fc.jpg

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Sylvania 6427FF TV displays wavy verticle lines at top of the screen.


I would suspect defective filter capacitors in the sweep circuits as well as the power supply source voltages.

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