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I have a Sony LDl 40v3000 with a single pink vertical line going from top to bottom of my screen on all sources, the picture is fine otherwise our warranty is expired only 18 months old any ideas

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You might get lucky and be just a bad connection on your LVDS cable but it sounds like a bad lcd panell big bucks

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