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Hi a vertical pixel line has appered on my philips ambilight, is it repairable or not?

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The vertical pixel you see in your lcd is a dead cell it is not fixable but you can replace your lcd.

Posted on Oct 24, 2010

  • matthew_lock Oct 24, 2010

    The tv is a plasma not LCD does this make a difference and how much to fix?

  • Noel Jucutan
    Noel Jucutan Oct 25, 2010

    sorry. one of the module in your plasma is defective, this module is the one that producing the image in your screen it is reparable. the price is much cheaper than the lcd. try to contact a technician to check the problem personally.

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