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Vertical lines Philips TV

Hi everyone, I have vertical lines on a Philips tv lcd moving if i push on menu or netflix or something else button on the remote controller. I tried disconnect the ribbons cables that i cleaned with alcohol. I just get something when i disconnect the power cable on the tcon board, when i reconnect it i get a normal image but after 3 secondes it desappears gradually and vertical lines comes back.. i tried another tcon board but same problem.. Could you help me ? Thanks you

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