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I have a problem with my Sony Bravia. The screen is cut in half with a fine black line. The top section is the picture that continuely rolls and bottom section is lines of colors. It is 9 months old.

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I had the same problem with 1-1/ yr old 46" bravia xbl4 set . Out of warranty. Eventually got worse. Diagnosed as panel. $2000 repair bill Sony replaced with comparable set for $400.

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Depending where you got it It's probably still under warranty.I know Bestbuy usually offers 1 year free.My tv had red lines running through it and they said it was something to do with a climate part that they did not have so I was sent to pick out a new Tv.Good luck

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