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BLUE LINE ON BOTTOM OFF A REAR PROJECTION TV PHILIPS 55PP5620/79 AND AFTER A FEW DAY ITDEA WENT

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    RED LINE TEN INCHES FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE SCREEN AND NORED COLOR IN THE PICTURE BELOW THE RED LINE ALL ELSE OK.IF I REMOVE THE REAR MIRROR PANEL AND THE RED LENS YOU CAN SEE THE SAME RED LINE WHEN YOU LOOK INTO THE CONCAVE LENS .SONY KPR53EX20

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