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What and where is the Q box in my KDF-E42A10 , I have vertical color bands across screen with the picture in the background. after a rest it may or may not be O.K. until its turned off again. I read here, it could be the Q-box.

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Thats the B block which causes that symptom, they are very exspensive to replace.

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