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On my 32 inch lg led t.v there are 3 dots vertically glowing...sound and pictures both are ok..there is no problem in that...but...that 3 dots appears on the screen ...

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Are the Lines Symetrical in distance and space? Makes a diferernce..

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SOURCE: LCD TV SCREEN PROBLEM RED HORIZONTAL LINES OF DOTS ALL OVER SCREEN PLEASE HELP

I unplugged the TV and now the picture is back.I read that the LCD's are vunerable to static build up so unless my daughter is using her TV I unplug it.

I was thinking about getting a large LCD for the family room but I'm not going to until they improve on this technology.

Good luck to everyone!.

Cheers.

Posted on May 08, 2008

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SOURCE: intermittent 3 inch green vertical line-5 inches from right side

it you have a repair skills you need to open the TV and make sure all the ribon connectors around the circuit boards are proper connected
and if all seems to be ok, the DG board will need to be replaced.

If you dont have any repair skills I would recommend you to take you TV to a repair shop since this is complex repair

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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t-con board is failing have a tech replace it

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SOURCE: IHave a 32 inch flat screen Westinghouse TV that c...

Ur tv the LCD inverter board it dead.The LCD inverter is the board that help the LCD screen panel to get a backlight to produce a picture,the LCD inverter board is dead and it not working anymore that why u only get 8 sec.of the picture.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish LCD inverter board for the replacement.It a long board in shape.

Posted on May 23, 2010

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