It isn't the LCD because the menu works fine and the lines are still projected onto my computer screen. I know what the cause it because it started after I dropped my camera. It might be the CCD but I'm not sure.
I've considered going in for repairs, could anyone give me a cost estimate?
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I'm assuming you're dealing with an LCD flat panel monitor.
If you've tried different input and from different computers and different cables, and you're still seeing vertical red lines, it's highly likely that the LCD is failing and there's not much that can be done easily to fix it. You will probably need to replace the LCD panel.
If the red lines are in different locations each time you power on, then it could be a controller board issue. But, if the lines are always in the same place, it's probably the LCD panel itself.
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disconnect all the cables except the power cable and then turn the monitor on you would see a test screen if it still happens your monitor is faulty and better buy a new one as repairing is usually expensive .also check you warrenty its usually 3 years
If the bars appear on the screen regardless of the computer connected to the system, then the problem is the LCD itself.
If the issue only occurs connected to a particular system, then the video adapter in the system is bad.
You can also try different calbes and different inputs (DVI, Analog/VGA) and see if there is any difference. Again, if the lines are always there, regardless of input cable or system, then the LCD is failing
You can check with a local TV repair shop about an LCD replacement, or you can check places like EBay for replacement monitors
It sounds like one of the flexes on the LCD cube has either become unplugged/ loose, (there is a gate that locks the flex in connector on the DMD board), or flex damaged. Has the TV recently been moved or strongly jarred?