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No, it's not the screen itself, it's the board that commands it - T-con if it's an LCD or Y-Sus if it's a plasma. The processor on that board is defective due to overheating.
The only thing you (as a regular person, without any experience in electronics) can do is to take over the back of the tv and try to clean, with a fine brush, the dust from in there, and - if possible - reglue in place the radiators that are located on the failed board. If this doesn't fix it (the damage has progressed beyond recovery) the failed board will have to be replaced. This is a job that you should leave to a pro, the parts are sensitive and can be easily damaged.
Depending on the model of your tv the new board and the labor for its replacement will cost you around $250.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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