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Intermittent Defect on LCD TV

Approx 1 hr after switch on, the right side of screen flickers and shortly after this a vertical band of approx 5cm appears. The colour of this band varies with the dominant screen colour of the moment.Have had set with local engineers who found that on removal of back of set the problem does not appear, however on taking same home the problem reappears as above. The set is a Phillips 26" lcd PF9946

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  • comey34 Mar 13, 2008

    Thanks, but set is almost 3yrs old

  • BigRick56 Mar 30, 2008

    I'm having the same issue with my Philips 26" LCD tv. Any suggestions on what to do?

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    tv is switing off with a approx 2 cm dia colour dot above the screen center . suspecting this is happening during some voltage fluctuations . what may the issue

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If new, you should not remove anything, just send back to store or Manufacturer

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