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Vertical line running through video channels 1-4

Sony has a white vertical line running down screen on video channels (ports) 1-4. Video port 5-7 shows no line. Cable television is viewed on 5 with no problem.

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  • beckybc127 Aug 24, 2007

    We interchanged the video channels as directed. Played a video and it worked very well for 10 minutes, then the lines started in again. We removed the cable television cable and problem still continued. Any other suggestions? We appreciate very much your help.

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Interchange the video channels 1-4 and 5-7. Now check white vertical line in video port 5-7. Suppose you get problem remove cable television cable from tv during another two port running. These type problem occurs only when RF disturbance from cable television or video ochannel ports cable wire ground problem. I found there is no problem in tv. External source only the problem. I hope above details give you the better solution.

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  • Anonymous Aug 27, 2007

    Exactly your source is problem. So check your to connect another tv and getting the same problem and confirm it.

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