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42" Philips plasma HD TV----3 (1 1/2" wide lines running across tv with several stripes of lines (reddish) within those wide lines. TV is operable in sound and picture but, skewed by these wide lines.

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That can be fixed by replacing the control board. It doesnt require that much electronics knowledge , if u can handle it then it is well and good or else u get it repaired at near by service centre.
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