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JVC 56 When you change channels or turn the TV off - you can see blue vertical lines and an area of blue splattered on the screen, and you can see where a channel identification was burned in on the lower part of the screen. Any ideas? Thanks

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Thrse television are ila? which i a projection lamp type tv. burn in is internal to optics and will rigure replacment of light engine

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