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Toshiba 51h83 projection t.v. scrammbled lines across the screen.

The t.v. has a bunch of scrammbled lines from top to bottom. Sometimes a little stomp on the floor, are a shake of the t.v.(which i know is not good) clears it up for a bit. Just trying to get a little advice on what to do. It looks like when theres something scrambling your tv. The picture is there, but the lines make it a pain to see and rough on the eyes. I havent taken it apart are called the repair man yet, just trying to get some advice on what the issue may be.

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    No movement seems to make my lines go away...at random moments it will clear up. Any suggestions?

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I've seen this problem before with Toshiba sets. Normally it's been caused by the hyper module. Usually, the set is worst when first turned on and clears up some, if not completly after it warms up. The problem does get worst over time.

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