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JVC plasma display receiver - sporadic line problem!

Hi i wonder can anyone advise me. We have a JVC 42" plasma TV with a plasma display receiver (super digi pur BBE). We have only had it 2 years, and all of a sudden we started getting static vertical lines about an inch appart in the picture which go temporaraly when you bang / apply pressure to the top centre of the display reciever.... we have no idea how to get rid of this and am hoping someone can help?

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Re: JVC plasma display receiver - sporadic line problem!

Ik heb dit probleem ook sinds gisteren, hoop dat iemand weet hoe dit opgelost kan worden.

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