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Line across my laptop screen

Hi i have a prolem with my laptop which is a sony vaio, a month or so ago developed a them coloured line 1/4 from top horizontally across approx 1mm thick, it is now about 4mm thick and comes up in various colours blocks and lines across,
when i hover the pointer anywhere vertically anywhere on screen ablock in the line slowly darkens and then fades back to original colour within the line , sorry thats the best way i can describe it!!
pls can you help

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The graphics part of the laptop is going out. Recommend just replacing the laptop, it would be cheaper.

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This is a common problem when LCDs are subjected to strong shock. Your internal circuits are damaged The panel itself may not be cracked but there is internal damage. I know of no cure or repair possible other than to replace the panel assembly.

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Hey Paul, Can you post a scan of the printed paper? It may help diagnose your problem. The most common cause of lines accross the page is either the PhotoConductor Unit or the 2ND BTR Assy.

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Your problem is simple. The problem is your pannel. You need a new one. If it is under warranty, have it fixed. If not buy a new tv.

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The problem is that the panel has failed. Apparently this is a common problem with LCD TV's between 18 mths and 3 yrs old. If it survives over 3 yrs it is likely to last for a few years longer. The cost of replacing the panel is more than a replacement TV!

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