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JVC HD52Z585 green lines / remote service menu

I have an HD52Z585 "52" set which displays green vertical lines as the set warms up. It gets progressively worse until the image is un-viewable.

I have read that resetting the HDMI port from the service menu may
resolve this but I do not know how to get into the service menu. My
set is out of the warrantee period so I would like to try this myself
before I have to pay for a service call.

Any ideas, suggestions is appreciated.

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The green screen you read about is a solid color only when you select digital input. If you are getting green lines in any other input the reset will have no affect at all.
You will need to have the TV serviced, there is a possibility that the service center can use the reset jig to correct this. But it could be more serious.

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