Question about Televison & Video
Well, thats usually caused by a "Glitch" in the Vertical blanking cycle, whereby, sometimes, the Entire Row Drive, sticks on. This is not so much a fault, it could be caused by whatever signal is being displayed, IE: the Topview, or DVD, but, it would be unlikely, that, both would cause this problem. If it happens, regardless of "input" So this then points us back to the TV itself. Most likely, the set has some problem, in the vertical, drive, or Blanking, section. Seeing as the set is under warranty, I think, you should return the set, and get it attended to. if a replacement, can be had, than, that to my mind, is far better, that getting your unit repaired. It can happen, that a set like this can have this type of thing happen, usually, most/any problems show up withing the first 90 days of use.
Have a look at these links, they may help you understand what's going on, the one directly above is the service and repair training manual, the other us the user manual.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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