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I have a toshiba dlp hm195

I have vertical lines on my screen and cannot get rid of them

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  • frank gonzalez Sep 05, 2008

    i have a toshiba 62hm195 and the picture has vertical lines from the middle of the screen to the bottom

  • mirandajones Nov 30, 2008

    I have a Toshiba 62MX195 and vertical red lines suddenly appeared. Please notify me if you have a solution.

    Cordially,

    Craig Hudson

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White spots on dlp

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