The unit would not power up when I got it. I replaced the 10v caps for the 5v ps and then it powered up. I can't get back to the warehouse until wed but was hoping that someone knew enough about that fade from left to right and the approximate width of the band to have some idea because. My father was inventor of the year of the State of Florida and I have owned several electronics businesses and worked on all sorts of amps and video and monitors but the flat screens especially the LCD technology I am not that sure of. So if you know where a good lcd theory site is that would be helpful.
As for that fello, I am sure he is a fine person it is just that I am very aware of folks and their intent. That is all I will say. Thanks for being more reasonable with your communication as I just did not have time to play games.
As for trying an input I did but at the moment I wanted to take a pic I could not get a signal to the unit and had to leave on a trip. Also yes all sources display in the same manner as I did try that but I do believe that it is a screen problem and not a logic problem. After repairing the PS I then found this problem and I began to look into it and noticed that someone had tried to repair that part earlier and two of the lamps at the bottom had been disconnected and reconnected and the screws for the screen part had been broken or the plastic broken that they thread into but that did not seem to effect the screen.