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rjgoldey

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#29755 18-Jan-2009 06:57
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I have noticed lately that my Samsung LCD tv has red dots, especially noticeable on the black portion of the screen.  I can make
it go way by turning it off and back on.  Has anyone elsea experienced this problem or any idea what it may be or how to eliminate thi
problem?  Thanks!

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  #190361 18-Jan-2009 13:11
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sounds like a 'stuck' pixel. if it's still under warranty, get them to fix it. definitely is not normal thing.

it will eventually stuck on all the time, won't go away even if you turn off and turn back on.

and no, there is no easy DIY way to fix this unfortunately.

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