Question about Hitachi 55HDT51 55 in. HD-Ready Plasma Television
This TV is about 20 months old and the problem first began about 3 weeks ago. After about 10 minutes of viewing, a vertical line appears. It originates at the top of the display, 3" from the left edge and extends down approximately 1/2 the height of the screen. The line is about the width of a Sharpie pen and blue color. The line appears in both broadcast and DVD source material. If the TV is turned off for several hours, the line will disappear temporarily. It's very consistent. I discussed this problem with Hitachi customer service. Other than checking and cleaning the control cable connectors that tie the AVC to the display, they're only advice was to call a service center.
Have 60 inch sharp television and it has a thin vertical thin blue line running through the screen. what is it the television still has clear picture.
Posted on Aug 02, 2013
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.
Posted on Jan 01, 2007
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