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# 37120 8-Jul-2009 10:13
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My IDTV panny plasma shows one row of white lines from the top left to the top middle of the screen when watching freeviewHD TV3 and TV3+1. I'm assuming (hoping its not my telly) it's a TV3 thing at the moment.

Anyone else seeing this?

Cheers,

Shane

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  # 232328 8-Jul-2009 11:07
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Yup I have noticed it as well




 



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  # 232331 8-Jul-2009 11:16
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Phew... What kind of setup do you have?

 
 
 
 


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  # 232332 8-Jul-2009 11:21
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It is a TV3 issue and only occurs occasionally on the DTH service. Can't confirm things for DTT at the moment.




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  # 232334 8-Jul-2009 11:37
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openmedia: It is a TV3 issue and only occurs occasionally on the DTH service. Can't confirm things for DTT at the moment.


Uhhh, forgive my lack of terminology - DTH, is that another way of saying satellite...? I'm just using a UHF aerial to get HD

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  # 232366 8-Jul-2009 12:32
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DTH = Direct To Home = Satellite




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  # 232381 8-Jul-2009 12:45
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I get this on TV3 +1 all the time via satellite.
TV3 is fine all the time.

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  # 232500 8-Jul-2009 15:00
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Do you have overscan turned on or off? If off, then lines are part of the picture that is normally not seen as broadcasters seem to assume that all TVs operate with an overscan.




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