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Insignia LCD 27" w/vertical lines for picture

TV works fine for about 5 mins then the picture turns into vertical colored lines moving erratically. Sometimes the picture will come back and it will work fine for hours. Main problem is vertical lines on TV with no recognizable picture.

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  • VolvoTech Mar 10, 2008

    I have done that, it works for a bit but then goes back to the vertical lines, thanks though.

  • Anonymous Oct 22, 2008

    turn on tv and works fine then turns pastel and muddled and then might

    return to normal

  • Anonymous Dec 02, 2008

    THE SCREEN GETS ALL CRAZY WITH MULTI COLORED LINES BUT YOU CAN HEAR IT!! THEN IT CLEARS UP AND OCCURS AGAIN!!

  • Tom Pavlock
    Tom Pavlock Mar 20, 2014

    This does not work for me. Anything else?

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Happens with mine also usually happens when you change channels alot all you need to do is shut tv off and turn it back on.

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