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Hi All,
I've been experiencing a series of vertical lines/bars flickering all throughout my screen. This occurs as soon as TV start up and never goes away even after 12 hours of uptime.
I tried plugging the TV into a different outlet, with differents solutions found here. Nothing resolved the problem. My TV is out of warranty, so I was wondering if this is a job that could be done by myself, and what part i might need to replace. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks.

Model: Vizio 55" M550SL

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Hi All,
I've been experiencing a series of vertical lines/bars flickering all throughout my screen. This occurs as soon as TV start up and never goes away even after 12 hours of uptime.
I tried plugging the TV into a different outlet, with differents solutions found here. Nothing resolved the problem. My TV is out of warranty, so I was wondering if this is a job that could be done by myself, and what part i might need to replace. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks.

Model: Vizio 55" M550SL

Find attached picture of problem
You have a cracked screen. I can see the crack at the bottom of the picture.:(
 

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Hi All,
I've been experiencing a series of vertical lines/bars flickering all throughout my screen. This occurs as soon as TV start up and never goes away even after 12 hours of uptime.
I tried plugging the TV into a different outlet, with differents solutions found here. Nothing resolved the problem. My TV is out of warranty, so I was wondering if this is a job that could be done by myself, and what part i might need to replace. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks.

Model: Vizio 55" M550SL

Find attached picture of problem
You have a cracked screen. I can see the crack at the bottom of the picture.:(
 
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