Question about Televison & Video
If the lines are always in the same spot, looking the same, then it's the screen itself that is faulty - the tv is dead, getting a new one will be cheaper than replacing the screen.
If the lines look constantly different then it's the buffer circuits that command those liner the ones that are faulty. If the buffer circuits are located on separate boards then just replace them all; if the circuits are glued on the screen then the screen and the tv are dead.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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