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FixYa expert monitors advised me to not give people this advice, but I am a TV repair specialist with pretty solid experience in LCD and plasma TVs and there is only one good advice I can give for those cases.
So I am a bit in a conflict here as the website managers asked me not to tell people what I know is the best.
So I won't.
I am not telling you to replace the TV and I am NOT telling you to not waste time trying to fix this.
There...I didn't say it!
BTW the hiding and re-appearance of the line(s) had really nothing to do with the cable at the back; it had more to do with you applying physical pressure to the TV frame, something that may yield some result even now, but it can't be used to successfuly restore functionality in long run.
You need to find out if your drain has an out let outside and vacuum it out with a wet/dry vac. Otherwise you will have to cut the drain line inside and vacuum it out there, The ac supply houses sell a twist and turn clean-out tee that makes it easier to clean your drains.