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No picture/vertical lines on screen

While watching TV, vertical colored lines (2 sets...pink, white, light blue on the left third of the screen and red, pink, green, dark blue on the right third of the screen). After awhile, the screen went blue...no picture at all and the lines are still visible. There is sound. Any ideas what may be the problem? Thanks.

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  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    seems to have 4 large green line vertical and circles inside of them

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    My TV has vertical white lines on the screen when watching shows and sometimes it doesn't.

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It's called retrace lines ,your screens are set to high or focus block assy which has the screen adjustments on it also is faulty

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