Question about Hannspree HF257HPB LCD TV
Simple test: unplug everything from it and start it again - if it's the same then the problem is inside the monitor.
No, a capacitor can't cause that. This is caused by a major malfunction of the image processor - all pixels are fully opened. The entire mainboard will have to be replaced - unless you can find one on the cheap online then replacing it will be expensive and most likely not worth it
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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