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Toshiba 52HMX95 DLP has weird gray think line

I have a toshiba 52HMX95 DLP HDTV that i bought about 2.5 years ago. Just recently I noticed that the tv has about a 1 inch think gray line that goes down the middle of the screen. Everything else works perfectly and this line is very hard to see when there is a dark picture, but when the picture is bright you can clearly see it. It almost looks like a shadow of some sort. We just finished moving and I didnt notice it until after we moved, so did something maybe happen during the transport of the tv? Any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.

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  • badger5828 Sep 02, 2008

    Thanks so I'm assuming this is something I cannot fix and I need to contact the repair center?

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DLP TVs work projecting light throught a tube covered with mirrors, called the light tunnel.

The gray shadow it is something in the middle of the light tunnel, probably a mirror that has gone out of place when you moved the TV.

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    Ginko Sep 02, 2008

    Yep, unless you did similar repair jobs before, for the integrity of your TV, it is better to call a technician, as you will need to take apart the TV to inspect the light tunnel.

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