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Has 2 issues. it takes a while to turn on and every once in a while you will have green lines running up and down the screen. if you wiggle the tv a little the lines go away.

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As far as it taking a while to turn on that can be your lamp getting close to the end of its life span.Or it can be the ballast starting to malfunction-As far as those green lines those sound like your light engine

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