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Vertical colored lines on screen-no picture

We have a 3 year old plasma. Today when it was turned on there was sound but no picture, only colored vertical lines on the screen. We also had a severe thunderstorm last nite. Could it have gotten hit?

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  • acesfullokc Nov 17, 2007

    did you get it fixed, this just happened to my zentih

  • i_risk_415 Feb 17, 2009

    We have a 3 year old plasma. Today when it was turned on there was
    sound but no picture, only colored vertical lines on the screen. We
    also had a severe thunderstorm last nite. Could it have gotten hit?

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    tv turn slow on and when it does all u see are colors lines on screen has no sound

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It's definitely possible. I'd have it checked by a repair center for something like this.

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