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Hi, if the lines are diagonal sounds like it is set to progressive scan mode-which means if there is not a switch on back saying P/S and interlaced then you need to connect to T.V. with component video inputs ( indicated by red,green,and blue colored R.C.A. plug inputs) and Pan and Scan capable-then in menu setting select interlaced picture output. hope this was of use, good luck prodzilla
If the lines are slightly diagonal and in red, blue and green you have a problem in the ABL circuit. if the lines are only one color you may take the front grill cover offf and remove the panel. look fro the black box 2 inches square with 6 little controls on it. 3 are for focue 3 are for screen the middle on of the screen is the green adjustment the other 2 should be labled r and b respectivly. what ever the color of the line turn the control labeled screen and r b or g for that color ever so ligtly counter clock wise.
It sounds like the dmd board may be defective but you can try rebooting the set and see if it makes the picture any better...
1 - Turn on the Tv. 2 - Press & Hold the up arrow key on the remote and then press the power button on the front of the Tv. 3 - Tv will reset & reboot
If the picture is the same it's probably the dmd board which is part of the "B" block assembly and I don't believe they're sold separately. The "B" block is about $1100.00 dollars.
Hope this helps!
it sounds like an ECU has gone due to a trip in the tube, that may meen the tube might be slowly on its way out, or just a slight glitch. mine had the same thing and it cost me £45 to fix. now its great. i hope that helped. Jay.