This is 1 of 2 problems. 1; Convergence(depending on the model of sony, the convergence ic's will have cold solder joints) 2: vertical ic issues. If they are different colored lines & the picture also bends, it's a convergence problem. Else suspect a vertical problem. In the case of vertical issues, most of the time it's a defective capacitor (or cold solder joints.)..Such is Sony. if it's the 3-crt kind of big screen, it's possible for one of the tubes to be going bad. I would have to actually SEE the problem before I could make a more accurate guess.
Yes, because the retina is like the projection screen for your vision.
That is cause by the speed of the camera recording and the refresh rate of the monitor or TV screen.
I think there is a secret wall cause if you jump across to the exit door you go to the corner of the screen. I think there is a secret wall cause if you jump across to the exit door you go to the corner of the screen.
You have a defective driver board for that section of the screen. It'll have to be replaced. Hope you have the extended warranty `cause it'll be expensive.
Do NOT move a DLP on its back or front. The screen will sag and cause permanent waves in the screen surface. I moved a 61" RCA DLP on its back and have a few waves in the screen which reflect glare from any light in the viewing area.
Back surgeries with screen and screws will not cause cancer.
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Need a lot more info to answer this...what kind of TV is it? CRT, LCD, Plasma, Rear Projection, DLP? Does every input cause distortion? What if you open the TV menu through the remote, is that also wavy?
cause it does
No it causes the black screen of death