Question about Televison & Video
Watching a movie the other night a red (horizontal) streak started across the screen. To make sure where it was coming from, I disconnected the Blu-Ray player from the television, while nothing else was connected to the TV, I turned it back on and the red streaks where still there. I had another (new) lamp which I installed but it made (no) difference. These red (horizontal) streaks seems to appear more when there is brighter white areas next to dark areas. Also during some instances, it looks as if it is a pink/redish hue over the strongly lit portions of the picture other times during darker scenes the picture color is normal looking. The red streaks will be, sometimes, very small (not all the way across) other times all the way across and even full screen or multiples of 3 to 10 bars more or less. The picture is still there but when these red streaks exist they seem to be flashing fairly fast (as a constant blinking of your eyes). When red is over full screen and in larger areas it looks as if the picture was shot in a red light danger zone type of scenes. Sometimes in shots where peoples faces are fairly close their flesh tone in the highlighted places has a light muddy color look instead of normal skin highlights. During a lot of scences there is NO red streaking what so ever and ALL colors look normal.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your tv needs a y-load board its like a grafix card as computers have due to overheating the board components are affected this is a manufacturing fault it tends to happen with samsung aswell
Posted on Feb 22, 2012
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