https://www.google.com/#q=lg+lines+on+screen seems to find prior discussions. Remember no one will tell you much since it's not considered user serviceable or for the novice, lethal or deadly. (yeah, same meaning.)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zE0eqB4Ppjw shows another issue that pops up but no one should tell you it's that or a board.
I have an LG 47LM7600-UA. 47 inch 3D tv. I bought it 2 1/2 years ago with a 2 year warranty and it is just now having problems (horizontal lines) 6 months after the extended warranty expired, go figure.
There are horizontal lines that are present no matter what source I am using. They go all the way across and are spaced out the same distance vertically.
I was hoping someone could tell me by looking at the picture in the link provided if this is something I could fix by changing out a board (like power board, main board, t con board) or if it is something like a panel problem (which I've read isn't worth fixing because of the cost involved).
This is a closeup of the Netflix icon in Roku. They appear most obvious with the white background.
Does anyone know what the problem may be? As long as it's not the panel I would like to get it fixed. Thank you for your time,