This is most likely caused by the cable
on the T-CON
board being bent out of place by the shock.If you know how to work on electronics
or have a friend with knowledge/skill you can fix it.
DO THIS ONLY IF YOU KNOW HOW TO WORK WITH ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT.
REMOVE THE PLUG FROM THE WALL. REMOVE INPUT signal cable from set.
REMOVE THE POWER CABLE FROM THE SET.
>Lay the set down on a flat cloth covered surface.
>Remove the back cover.
>Remove the shield covering
T-CON board. This small board is located in the center near the top.
>Move the cable(s) connected to the T-CON around.
> Set the tv upright and make sure it is stable
DO NOT TOUCH ANYTHING ON THE BACK
.ATTACH INPUT SIGNAL cable to set.
ATTACH THE POWER CORD TO THE SET
.PLUG THE POWER CORD INTO THE WALL
>Use the remote to turn the set on. If the vertical lines are gone, THEN TURN the set OFF
.REMOVE THE PLUG FROM THE WALL.
REMOVE THE POWER CORD FROM THE SET. Remove signal cable.
> Lay tv back down on table.
CAREFULLY REPLACE THE SHIELD over the T-CON.
the back cover etc.
Now you can reconnect the input cable and power cord.SOMETIMES THE IMAGES
can get worst and you have to repeat moving the cable around. In the worst case you can dis-connect and re-connect the flat cable WITH THE SET UNPLUGGED.
I believe the T-CON
may sometimes be called LVDS and look similar to;