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Lines keep scrolling down.

Im having lines scrolling down the tv screen and dont know how to remove them. Sometimes the lines moves fast, sometimes they move slow. The lines are bloggy white.

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  • Whiskey Sam Jan 01, 2008

    I have the same problem with my Hitachi 53 inch rear projection TV. It's very annoying and I'd love to be able to fix it.

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I had this same problem and unplugged the TV from the a power strip and plugged it directly into the wall... problem solved.

I read elsewhere that this is called a "ground loop."

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Red vertical line on the screen due to external shock


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
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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.

Replace 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;

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The solution is to have your watch serviced.

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I've got the same TV with the same problem. Sometimes by moving it on the stand the lines will go away but it only sometimes temporarily fixes the problem. For a while it seemed like it needed to heat up to go away but that is not the case. It seems like there is a bad connection somewhere but i cant seem to find it. One day, one thing will fix it, then the next day it wont do the trick. It gets very irritating.

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Television lines


This sounds like a bad cap in the power supply. The component is only starting to fail under load and heat. I'll look up your specific model and see if there have been any reports of this type of problem.

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Hi Bigtate,

There is not much for me to go on with your description but here goes,

I suppose you have a convential TV set with a glass picture tube and not one of the new types with the large screen slim style displays!!!

If it a glass type picture tube then the following assumptions are made.

I hope yopu have not shifted house recently and moved the TV around???
If you have its possible the Yoke (its a device on the neck of the Picture tube that controls magnetically the scanning dot) may have moved and only is letting you see half a picture...
This is a long shot but it could be the cause..

Now the picture is supplied to you by a fast moving dot of light (Black & White set) that scans from the top of the picture and moves very fast down to the bottom of the screen, then flys back to the top of the screen and starts all over again during this process the dot lights up the picture tube to provide you with
the picture you see... (On a colour set there are three dots)

Its quite a complex process and its all controlled by electronics inside the TV receiver.

If you are getting only half a picture then something is causing the dot to only turn on for the lower half of the picture during its write time to the glass screen,

You dont say if the half thats off is white or black, so there are many things that the service technician needs to know before even starting to look for this fault. During the dot doing its write cycle down the sceen, when it reachs the bottom and flys back to the top of the screen it receives a synchronous pulse from the TV station, and this TV signal is critical in making sure you see the same picture as is being sent from the TV station.
Sometimes this sync pulse from the TV station is very weak and so your picture may float up and down the screen trying to lock to the incoming signal.. this just may be your fault.. but you dont say if the half of the picture that you see is floating or not..
Your situation may be that your TV has partially locked to the station signal and your aerial may be problematic,
but then you dont say if its on just the one channel or all of your station channels. So there needs to be more analysis of your situation prior to a positive answer being provided....

Sorry I can be of more help...

From YUBEUT...

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I hope this helps,

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