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Green Vertical Stripe on Toshiba Satellite A80

I have a Toshiba Satellite A80 laptop PC that has a green stripe running down the monitor display (just left of center and about an 2 inches wide.) This began as a pinkish discoloration of hot spots in the same parameters and has progressed to this current state. Any ideas how I can get rid of it?

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This sounds like something has messed up your crystals in your display, and while I do not know that much about laptop displays this sounds like it can only be fixed by a technician or by replacement.

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