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I want your telephone number we just got high definition and a black line runs on the right side we have ownly had the tv for less than a year and is still under warrenty please reply with your telephone number

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Greetings mckerry56,

While being unable to provide you with a telephone number, since so many people support this site, I can provide you with some information you might find useful.

I would suggest calling either the manufacturer of the television or the retail establishment you purchased the television from to set up repair on the unit. If it is indeed under a year old, then it should be covered under the warranty.

I hope this helps.

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Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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