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Picture Pulsating The picture on the screen pulsates, gets worse when there is writing or titles on the screen. Picture oftens gets bigger than the screen then pulses back down to normal size then pulses back to larger size. The color scheme is also off and a little blurry but no red or blue outlines. Have disconnected the cable box and attached directly to the cable line without any change in picture.

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I have the same set. I solved this by turning off the dynamic contrast or adjusting the contrast and brightness settings down.

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