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If it is Plasma/LCD/LED, this will occur if the television has been knocked, hit ot water damaged. The usual destroyer of televisions these days is the fatal Nintendo Wii remote, if not that, something may have knocked it, perhaps children or something like that. Also, check all the wiring including scart lead and HDMI cables, my television did this once, and it was cheaper to just buy a new one :(
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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