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If it's a green line, then it's likely the horizontal positioning is just slightly off. Using your Phillips remote, hit the left side of the circular dial around the "OK" button to move the image a couple of pixels to the left.
When "creen burn" occurs it is impossible to remove and the image will be there permanant. I have seen the same happen to CRT TVs and CRT computer monitors. You have probably had the image on the screen too high in brightness/contrast. Coupled with the fact the image did not change much.
Sorry but there is NO fix for this - apart from a replacement TV.
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It seems there is a loose connection between the board
producing the picture and the screen; this is why this would happen. If turning
the TV on and off makes no difference, try contact Phillips to see if they can
talk you through a factory reset. If this does not work, the set may require
mate thanks for the reply ,yes i still need advice with this,can i just mention one thing first you are asking for payment for advice ie knowledge ? but if ive fixed it you want my knowledge for free ?