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Monitor some times gives shades with black

Some times my monitor giving horizontal lines , at that time im not able to see the matter some times . samsung - sync Master magic CD173G

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  • ktmarx Oct 07, 2008

    Samsung DLP... Have Black 2" Horizontal stripes broken up with white Pin-stripes (horizontal)...


    First time this happened I was able to get pic back by cycling the cable box several times. (not the tv... the cable box).  Not working anymore... Have tried dvd straight in... same lines, no picture.  Tried different tv with box... it was fine. So it's definitely the tv... Someone suggested bad input mod???

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While 50 inch dlp samsung is on, 6 inch black line on left side of screen. This is the second time this has happened. The first time it happened then the lamp blew......do I need to replace the lamp again?

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