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Line, faults & possible causes to LCD screen are given with illustrations. You can get an idea about the fault to an extent.
Sounds like your TV is giving out, plain and simple.
If this doesn't sound right, then only one thing comes to mind. Have you moved the TV recently? Are you using a different coax cable, (if using cable that is). If so, just change the cable back to the previous one and you should be fine.
Hello hope. Try pushing in the input and menu buttons on the set and hold them both in together for 8 seconds to see if the Led will blink a two digit code then let me know what that code says. I can get you a link where to get a new power supply, but that may not be your problem. Try this test an see what the led blinks if anything then let me know I will try to help you determine whats wrong. I am a specialist with mitsubishi projection units.
i guess its the old magnet problem maybe in fluke u or someone in your house had taken a magnet around your tv try fixing it with a magnet by moving the magnet again around the screen and using the same old technique by moving the magnet slowly on the defected area and then quickly taking it off