I really hope there is a solution to this. I purchased a 32" Sony Wega TV last year. I'm not sure of the model, but it's the equivalent of the KV-32FS17 that they make right now. In the last month I've notice a dim, light colored, horizontal band that shows up right at the very top of the screen. It's most noticeable during closing credits of a movie (almost pure black background). It just seems to make the top 2 inches of the picture a bit brighter than the rest. I've checked for magnetic interference and it doesn't seem to be coming from anywhere. It's a painfully annoying flaw, in an otherwise pristine picture. When you shut the video signal off, you can still see it if you are in a pitch black room. It seems to be just above black. It's also on ALL inputs (1 through 4) and it seems to creep above the anamorphic squeeze line so it seems like it has something to do with the tube itself. Does anyone have an idea of what's wearing that could be causing this? Please help. Any info would be gratefully appreciated. Is this something that could be fixed by a technician, or am I just out of luck?