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Vertical line on TV LCD

post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 
Hi everyone.

I need help with my lcd, thanks.

42'' lcd, use to watch tv and play xbox 360 hdmi









How i can fix my tv? It is a vertical line and dark spots.

It looks more videos dark areas, In cartoon shows is not for example, It does not look or is very little.

pd: add two videos

http://tinypic.com/player.php?v=2h6frja&s=5

http://tinypic.com/player.php?v=307z2up&s=5
post #2 of 6
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Originally Posted by Ucraniano View Post

Hi everyone.

I need help with my lcd, thanks.

42'' lcd, use to watch tv and play xbox 360 hdmi









How i can fix my tv? It is a vertical line and dark spots.

It looks more videos dark areas, In cartoon shows is not for example, It does not look or is very little.

pd: add two videos

http://tinypic.com/player.php?v=2h6frja&s=5

http://tinypic.com/player.php?v=307z2up&s=5

Did you just get the tv? If so take it back and get a new one. My tv of 9 years just got the red line. Mine does go away after the tv warms up, but is there and I know it will get worse. Basically your tv is failing and to fix it you'd be better off getting a new tv. If you didnt just get the tv save up for a new one or if its under warranty have them fix it/replace it for you. As far as the black bars go looks like vertical banding to me which can happen with any tv.
post #3 of 6
That vertical banding is pretty wide. Maybe the T-Con board?

Anyway, that pronounced narrow purple/red line smack in the middle of the banding looks just like the line I had on my LG.

In my case, it was TAB bond failure. (Solderless connection of a data ribbon cable to the panel). I took the bezel off and gently pressed each ribbon cable with the butt end of a screwdriver and found the one with the bad bond. (The vertical line will either disappear or get wider). I rolled up a bit of electrical tape to make a cushion and put it behind the point where the cable connects with the panel, in a slight recess there. When I put the bezel back on, the bezel was no longer pushing the cable out of alignment.

While the above is not really a "fix", but more of a "band-aid", the TV in question has been fine now for 9 months.
post #4 of 6
Thread Starter 
My tv has 2 years and half. is not new

New picture, mayby helps.



I'm not and engineer and open the TV is not a good idea xd, how much you think it cost to repair?

Thx
post #5 of 6
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Originally Posted by Ucraniano View Post

I'm not and engineer and open the TV is not a good idea xd, how much you think it cost to repair?

Assuming TAB bond failure, it will cost more than the TV is worth.
post #6 of 6
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And if that is not the problem, there is no possibility that it is software problem?
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