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The Optical Block is causing the problem. It has been a common problem and Sony may still have a recall on it. You can check it a 1800-222-sony. If it is not still covered, I would expect to spend 800.00 to 900.00 for the assembly plus 250.00 labor for a professional to replace it.
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This is normal. Depending on what you have connected to it the lines could be white, black and white specs, or green. Just mode will show the entire picture event the parts that aren't supposed to be seen. I would not recommend that setting. Full is the best mode if you want to see the entire picture in the correct ratio.
you are in luck my friend! i just performed a fix on a gateway plasma that has LG boards inside. It is exactly what you are talking about. Go to the attached link and follow the thread carefully and read it all before starting. IT WILL WORK!
http://www.avforums.com/forums/plasma-televisions/462873-black-line-fault-hyundai-hpt4240-fixed.html enjoy! stephen
This is either a logic problem or a connection problem within the display controls. I have sen this with a power suppy problem as well. Since the picture was fine before the outage, it is unlikely to be the panel. Anything else should be covered under the extended warranty.
I have a panasonic TH-42PX60U plasma TV. When I watch TV programing I have no problems, or with the DVD input. But if I switch to another input, be it video game (PS2) or vcr the screen sometimes goes black and the red power lcd light next to the power switch flashes. Holding the power button in for a few seconds will shut down the tv. Then I can turn it back on and it may operate normally again for a undetermined period of time, before the screen goes black again. This never happened when new. The tv is about 1 year old. Any ideas on this problem? Thanks Ernie