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Green Area appears in lower part of screen

A green area appears in the lower part of the screen in the middle of the TV. This spot is getting larger with time. It is about 6 years old now and way out of warranty. Any suggestions?

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Wayne, is it there as soon as the image comes up or does it have to run awhile before it appears? Let me know,

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