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One of my EDTVs has the same issue, though on a much smaller scale (it doesn't degrade the picture at all; it's only noticeable when the top of the screen is black, and it doesn't go down very far). Online reviews of the TV showed me it does have this problem commonly, so yours may too. It must be something you need to get it serviced for.
No,problems u discribing the LCD screen panel some how it shorted and dead.Replacing the LCD screen panel is not an option,because LCD screen panel are 90% of the tv,so replacing it.LCD screen panel will cost the same as a new tv,because LCD screen panel are limited produced by the tv corporations.It time to buy a new tv.
Anytime you have a distortion in the image on the screen, this can NOT be reolved with a reset. You have a bad LCD module. Take a look at the pictures on this page and see if one is like the problem you are having.
Have several problems with either a bad LVDS cable from Main unit to the LCD controll bd. Sometimes the cable is just not connected properly. If you reseat this cable and the problem still exists you most likely have a bad LCD control bd.
Sounds like the circuit board may need to be replaced. Mine did a similiar thing only my picture turned upside down, screen went blank yet had good voice. Samsung tech said the 2 circuit boards were bad and had to be replaced at a cost of $780 in parts plus labor. I bought a new LCD TV, not Samsung.