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Line on my 56g786

Hello, I am have this vertical line going across the entire height of my jvc 56g786 dila TV. It looks like its about 2 pixels wide. Does anyone know what is wrong with it? Do I need to get the light engine replaced? thanks, Terence

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Can you see lines over your menus? if so, replace light engine.

Posted on Jul 11, 2007

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