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There is a thin, blue, vertical line in the lower right of the screen. It appeared while playing a Blu-ray disc. Is there something I can do to get rid of this line?

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Call the VIZIO Support I called them and they tolled me to UN plug every thing off the TV instep for the power plug than un plug the power from the wall than hold down the power button for 30seconds than plug every thing back in than it worked after that.

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