Question about Televison & Video
Image corruption caused by either an overheated/failing image processor or a bad connection between the mainboard and the T-con board. You will have to open the back of the tv and inspect and reseat the cable that connects the 2 boards. Then clean and inspect the status of the radiator located on the processor: if it's in a correct position, if it's firmly attached and if the air vents are clean.
If no improvement is observed then the defect is advanced beyond recovery, you will most likely be forced to replace the mainboard. This is a job that's better to leave it to a pro.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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