Question about Televison & Video
Green streaks, and or lines across parts the screen usually is a either video controller failure. Or a compononet failure on the screen, a higher end shop may be able to repair. If your out of warranty the repair MAY end up more than cost of a new unit. look in your manual and see if there is a factory reset. try that first. but usually its a controller failure of either each line on screen or general video processor.
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