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Seiki 60inch tv has a red vertical line threw the screen. How do I remove it?

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This usually happens when the screen gets wet and shorts out the electrodes on the bottom of the screen.

You can try unplugging it and laying it face down to give it time to dry, take it appart and dry it, or take it to a repair shop.

Usually this will go away on its own, as long as you don't use it wet for very long.

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