Question about Televison & Video
You haven't told us the exact model of your tv so i can't be absolutely sure but it appears that the pixels are no longer commanded. Since i don't know the exact model i can't know if the defect is in the screen panel or the buffer boards and if this buffer boards are replaceable or not - some models have them glued to the screen.
But, because this has been a long standing problem that has got progressively worse, it's most likely a problem with the panel itself, and this is unfixable. You could replace the panel but that would cost you more than a new tv. Better just cut your losses and get a new one.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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