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I got one of these for Christmas this year. It gets really dark in the afternoon 3:30-4ish. I also has very faint vertical lines on the screen. I'm wondering if this is normal, or if anyone has had similar problems.

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Dogwatch:

Look me up at work and I might be able to help you.

Cliffy.

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I have got to ask Cliffy, is that kid on Ritalin?

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 Originally Posted By: BiffleFan
I have got to ask Cliffy, is that kid on Ritalin?

I don't know. I was just surfing the web one day and came across it....I couldn't stop giggling. \:\) If I had to take a guess, I would say he appears to be on a high dose mixture of Ritalin, Meth and Mt. Dew. Good times.

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thats awesome, or could be a kid copying what an old lady does when she wins on bingo night...

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I'd be interested in this topic too as I got one a swell and noticed the same thing!

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Not sure if this helps, but.. I got a different one than you guys and had a similar incident that happened earlier this week while fishing. When a fish would come in really close, like within inches. I would get a horizontal dark stripe accross my screen. Not sure what causes it to be all the time. After the fish, my screen would go back to normal. This has only happened once this year. Good luck, the Perch

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