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vertical lines in general are caused by the data boards (buttom of screen) theres a left one and right one these boards are atached by ribbon cables going to the logic board .first all ribbon cables must be checked and reconnected to make sure there well seated ,also pass compressed air ( can ) , if this dose not solve problem try slightlypressing on the connecters replace defective board , on many lg tvs the connecter on the logic board is defective slightly pressing solves problem ,if this does not work you have two choices the data board thats on the same side of the line is defective you may try to clean the brown flex connecters that plug to the data board these connecters are not easy to reconnect be delicat and patient !!!if data board does not solve replace logic board !
The hyper module itself is not an expensive repair about $70 to $100.00 dollars. The tech will simply be replacing about a dozen 16v/10mf smd caps and re-installing it on the signal board. But that doesn't address what he has to do to get to it and get the hyper board off and back on the signal board and that is a bit time consuming.
What I would suggest is to call around to the various shops and ask what they charge for the hyper module repair and see if you can get an off the cuff estimate for around $250.00 dollars.
If you need help finding some reputable shops try TVrepairpros.com for help in finding some of the best technicians available.
If you wish to get some details; visit the site linked here. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ Line faults & possible causes to LCD & Plasma screen are given with illustrations. You can get an idea about the fault to an extent. Faults to all LCD & Plasma screen are similar, irrespective of its brand and screen size.
Sorry to tell you, it is not a scratch, but a bad cable connection from the driver IC's, connecting up the plasma screen to the drive board, or the drive IC for that section of the screen is defective. It is not a repair a user can do as there are no user replaceable parts inside this set. Your going to have to call NEC or an experienced Plasma repair shop.