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I have a non name brand 42" LCD HD TV purchased in Afghanistan (possibly sourced through Pakistan). the picture is great escept for several colored vertical lines running through the screen. Is this a major issue, or can a simple repair be made?

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It is a major issues . You don't wont to try to repair it.

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