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Thin vertical red & green lines in upper right of 42 in sanyo lcd

Thin vertical ines that are red on the right and then green and go from top down about 6 inches on the right upper side of screen...showed up yesterday while watching pro bowl...never moved set from initial setup..no moisture, hands on screen etc....picture is still very visible but not perfect, like it was...any thoughts?
p.s.....set is a year and two weeks old.

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    has horizontal thin lines all down screen ,after a while lines get worse and picture starts to fade .

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More than likely your control board. Available at www.partstore.com Cost could be between $130 and $200. Not that complicated to install if you can use a screwdriver and are careful. Let me know how this works out.

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