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2 yr old Panasonic Viera 37 in - has very narrow

2 yr old Panasonic Viera 37 in - has very narrow line running vertically down screen. 2nd line has now appeared. Why?

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This is a fault developing within the screen, the only remedy is to have the screen replaced, there is no exact answer to why this has happened, it is just the nature of a plasma screens make-up that sometimes a fault can develop like this within the characteristics the display

Posted on Nov 16, 2009

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