Yeah, supposedly it's from a magnetic field- I had some speakers on either side a few months ago, but I've moved them since. Not sure what's causing it now.<br><br>It goes away eventually, or if I turn the set off and on a few times- built-in degaussing, supposedly...<br><br><br>
#124026 - 12/19/0310:14 AMRe: What's your top 10 google search?
My brother works at a rental store, he says they have some sort of wand thingamapoop that you wave over the screen to get rid of that green crap. I have it on my TV as well, and have yet to secure the services of "the wand." Sometimes it's bad, sometimes not. It goes crazy when I watch O Brother Where Art Thou because there's a ton of yellow in that movie... green on the left and purple on the right.<br><br>
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