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Vertical coloured lines, started with one, now there are over 25. This is an IMac computer.

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Your LCD is failing. with some models Apple has been known to cover this problem, even when its as old as yours. My suggestion is to call 1800MYAPPLE and ask them if there is any sort of special coverage for your model. Be sure to have your serial number ready for them.

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