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Hi, I have a problem with the plasma tv showing a more or less concentrated area of red scattered pixel on the right side of the screen. These pixels only show up on certain scenes. It looks like they only appear when the picture content contains a lot of dark parts. Sometimes the pixels are green. Any solution for this? If I run the Screen Burn protection signal pattern I also notice a red band at the right side when the moving pattern has progressed to the left side of the screen.

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    I have philips plasma 50PF7220A. I notice red speckling mostly in the center of the screen and recently on the bottom left. The red specks are not constant, they appear and disappear with scene changes and or color changes. It seems more prevalent on some channels than on others.

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You need to adjust the panel voltages, adjust the VS voltage to around 186 volts, if that doesn't change it then adjust the V-Scan voltage down, turn the unit on and apply a video source to it, and while adjusting the voltages look at the screen and you should be abe to watch the video noise fade out.

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I had this problem with my samsung. The samsung repair man said it was a voltage problem. He adjusted it but it still was there. Thank goodness it was still under warranty. SO... i guess i'm getting a new panel or a brand new TV from samsung.

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