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If you have a thin line running down the screen, you may be looking at a service issue right off of the bat. Here is a few things I want you to try before calling sharp, 1. Reset the unit from the setup menu 2. Unplug the unit for 2 minutes then plug back in. If that does not work. Take digital pictures of the line and call sharp immediately. Make sure you tell the rep you want to sign up for the aquos advantage program that they have(extends your warranty 3 months free of charge!) because that will get you priority service on with your issue. If they cant resolve that line ,9 times out of 10 they will replace the unit. hope this helps you
I understand that it seems odd that sometimes they disappear. I have a vertical line on one of my laptops right now that it takes about 3 seconds before it appears on the screen but once it's there. It's there.
I think it has to "warm up" before it comes back. I used to do Technical support for a company that produced computers with 5inch wide screens, and everytime something with a line was mentioned, "Fix display cable" was the reason. Because everytime you pushed the screen up to see the keyboard the line disappeared (because the display cable moved) But I digress. All I'm certain of is that if you change the display cable this will be fixed.
Hi there you will have either a faulty transfer roller (Which would be the cheapest ) or the other thing is the fuser unit is worn and damaged. You can change this unit to check open the rear door and look at the two rollers the one on the top is the heat roller if worn or ripped replace but sometime there is no visible sign so best to try the transfer first then the fuser 99.9% sure.
It sounds like you have a bad cable coming off of your Plasma Screen that goes into one of the buffer boards or a bad buffer board (Hopefully the latter which is easily replaced but most likely not!) I have run into the same problem and there is an IC made into the cable that goes out and would be very difficult to repair if it is even possible.
I would suspect a connection breaking down as the set heats up. A shop will probably have to put the set in a stand to hold it while they check for loose connections or defective components inside. Not a DIY job by any means. If this line went completely through the picture either vertically or horizontally and stayed there then this would have indicated a failure in the Panel itself. A thin Line any where on the screen consisting of one pixel in width is a Panel Failure according to Hitachi.