Help!!! UA46B6000 LED TV Vertical lines

Hi, I am new to this forum and would appreciate a little help if anyone has the answer.
I purchased our LED TV in June 2009 and a few days ago it started to show colored vertical lines all over the screen, I have not yet contacted support as it is the weekend. Is it something I can fix in the menu or tools?
Also does anyone know the warranty period for an LED TV? On the warranty card LCD show 3 years but no mention of LED?
Would appreciate any help.

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Pushing the limit here but did you?

In the US you get 3 more months warranty if you register your set. That would add July, August and September but as it is Sep 29, let's hope you are not waiting for an answer via web or email.

I've lost count of the times folk delay calling it in and miss a deadline.

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Re: Help!!! UA46B6000 LED TV Vertical lines

Hi otgwood,

Thanks for your message. But just so you know, if you want Samsung support, I support US products and customers. And from what I can tell, this model is for Australia. (Correct me if I'm wrong.) So while I can't help you directly, if you want Samsung help, here's the Samsung Australia portal for support on that product:

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