Re: Photo of plasma screen defect
- From: "Wayne" <wgd.roaming@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 01 Jun 2006 01:17:28 GMT
Clicking on your link worked fine!
"Bill" <vondell@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Thanks to all for the best way to post the photo of my screen. Here is
the website page.
Just copy and paste in your browser. Clicking on it doesn't work.
Here is the history of the set, which is a 50" plasma from a major and
reputable manufacturer. I will not mention their name since they are
still trying to decide what to do about my problem. Their technical
department says they have never seen anything like this before. (Duh-
And I believe them- Double Duh)
Burn in, such as those of logos and fixed images, are considered to be
abuse by the owner and is not covered under the Warranty. They may
take refuge in this, but this is in no way the burn in that they
exclude from the Warranty. Under a white light HD Generator these
vertical clumps cover the entire center of the screen. The folks at
the local repair place that has the set says that the entire screen is,
For some reason the TV repairmen who are trying to fix it (under the
Warranty) can't get a picture of it. I took this picture in April of a
golf match That is Tiger Woods and Phil Michaelson in the picture.
They did a "screen wipe" about three months ago and it almost entirely
got rid of it for all practical puposes in normal viewing. It took it
a little less than three months to gradually return and now it is
worse than ever.
The dots vary in color depending on the background. In this case they
are green, even though the blue sky is the background, because of the
grass in the background. If I am watching TV and Lou Dobbs has a head
shot near the center top of the screen the dots are on his rather large
forehead and are yellow. In fact that is where I first began to notice
Do any of you knowledgable folks have any idea as to what may be the
problem. Do you think this should be covered under the Warranty, which
was in force when I first reported the problem to the manufacturer? It
would cost more to replace the screen than to give me a new set.
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