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    Scoot

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    Joined: Jan 28, 2002
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    From: Netherlands

      Posted: 2002-05-12 17:12

    I've got a KV92LS60B (4:3, 100Hz Pal set).
    When I'm watching DVD's or playing games on my PS2 or XBoX, there are horzontal lines scrolling down, and up again and then they are gone. It's not noticeable all the time and there isn't a regular pattern to them. They are only visible on bright colored screens, especially white. Does anyone now what might cause these lines? Thx!


       


    alhmason

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    Joined: Mar 05, 2003
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      Posted: 2003-03-06 07:59

    I have a kd32dx100 (100Hz DRC pal widescreen) - after about 10 months the set started producing the same horzontal scrolling lines. I've had an engineer out - but he didnt know. Did you have any luck getting rid of these lines? I've had them now for several months and they spoil an otherwise good tv.


       
    paulaceto

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    Joined: Dec 14, 2001
    Posts: 1211
    From: Rhode Island, USA

      Posted: 2003-03-06 09:29

    Check out the end of this post for a solution to a similar problem.

    Click Here


         
    Scoot

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    Joined: Jan 28, 2002
    Posts: 10
    From: Netherlands

      Posted: 2003-04-12 07:28

    Nope...still didn't find a solution. Called in a tech man the same week I discovered the problem. But he didn't know what was causing it either. So I learned to live with it

    PS: I already unplugged every electrical device in the house, but that didn't solve thwe problem either.


       
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