We have a Powerlite 7300 that just started displaying a thin yellow veritcal line all down the right hand side of the screen. Does this mean a new cable, lamp, or possible something inside blocking the lens?
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By lenses I think you mean LCD panels, and yes there are glue down. there is a chance that the panel managed to unglue it self with time. another thing is you might just have a ghosting image. this indicates a bad lcd panel. What color seems to be out of alignment?
Computer parts can sit in warehouses and be on trucks for a long period of time. Unfortunately that means things get banged around. Sometimes they don't even work when they come out of the factory. I suggest exchanging the monitor for another one. It could also be your video card. Easiest way is to exchange it and it's free to exchange.
If you are confident enough to open screen bezel and take out screen , then the second strap from right of your screen has a bad connection. theses cannot be repaired but as a tempory measure some duct tape across the connections will cure it, else replace the screen.
all those sounding intelligent and saying that replacing lcd hardware will fix the problem probably didnt have the problem themseleves . i had exactly same problem with samsung syncmaster 2043swx monitor . i just restarted and booted into safe mode ( by pressing F8 key at startup ) tried changing reolution in display settings . rebooted in normal mode and asll lines are gone and never appear again . i am uisng windows Vista . so i think it is probably a driver glitch something .
If it is only one pixel in width then you are most likely looking at a panel issue. In most cases a bad panel means it will be cheaper to replace the TV. Try resetting the TV by unplugging for 2 minutes first.