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This is caused by the LCD panel shifting in it's mounts. You will need to disassemble the frame holding the LCD screen in place and re-center it. The lines will take some time to go away as the set warms up, but be patient, they usually disappear over time.
Most like likely, this is a panel issue and it will be too cost to fix.
Other things you can try, reseating the ribbon cables on the buffer boards located running across either the top or bottom or both. If that doesn't do it, replace those boards and still no luck. Panel is bad.
What needs to happen is three specific voltages need to be adjusted on the power supply, You need to set the Ve voltage to 100v, the Vset voltage to 188V and the Vs voltage to 190v. Monitor the set for 24 hours, if haze doesn't come back the unit is considered repaired. If haze returns, then the problem is with the panel itself and wouldn't be worth it to replace because it will cost more than the tv cost you originally