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SONY VEGA KE42XS910 - Watched DVD last night, everything fine - turned it on in the morning to watch another DVD, and there are vertical colourful lines in the middle of the screen - the DVD is runing in the backgroud, but these lines are in front of the DVD picture and they seem to be in 3:4 ratio... tried to press every button, uplugged the TV, took out the remote batteries, changed the DVD - lines are not going away... Interestingly, pressing the 'menu' button (and another button which I cannot remember what it was) makes the lines squish and move to the side... but I cannot get the TV menu on the screen and I cannot get these lines to dissapear... Can you help? Can this be fixed?

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Soory man there is no deflection yoke or vertical output IC in a plasma TV set.LOL This person has a problem with whats called the substain power supply or bad caoacitors in the main supply. there is also a possibility that the set has a bad tuner. Only performing test on the set will determine the problem.

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I was wondering if you were able to solve this issue. i am having the same exact issue with my tv. and i did not get an extended warranty thinking that nothing would go wrong with a sony tv. i learny my lesson the hard way. Can you please tell me what the tech told you or what you did to fix this problem. All your help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks once again!!!

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I had one vertical line it cam and went for awhile then stayed permanently and I took it in for repair only to be told they couldn't fix it now they are trying to give me a used tv (warranty don't want to pay) but I refuse I purchased it new and I told them I want a new one. I had that tv less than 2 years. So if you have a warranty and lines get it in fast.

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If the screen works for a short while and then completely fails once the TV warms up you have a problem with the main unit video board or the LCD control logic board. Most often if the picture cuts out but audio continues to work the logic board is over heating and should be replaced. However if the picture cuts out and audio shuts off as well then its your video input board.

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