Well my friend, first try to set the color and tint lower as soon as is possible, if not you will need a new bulb for sure, and that is not cheap.
This problem has many causes, the main one is on the fly back that is over exited (screen presset), just twist it a little bit at first to see the reaction (with the tv on) , then set it at a lower gain but i recommend that if you don't have many skills don't attempt to adjust it because this components is a voltage elevator-transformer and handles a couple of kilo-volts, that makes it dangerous for you and for the screen. WARNING!! if you hear a light buzz better don't open the tv, the fly back has a leakage and you don't want those kilo-volts on your hand, you will survive, but is very bad experience.
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your TV has burn screen or traces.it comes from one image left on the screen for too long, it can get burned into the screen, making it visible at all times. You can actually eliminate most screen burns with the use of a PC computer and a black and white screen saver. This trick eliminates screen burn after a period of several minutes because the black and white screens flash quickly, removing all traces of color from the screen. This will eventually eliminate any burned images on the LCD screen.you can do it by creating a DVD picture slide with only black and white image.you can use a computer to make DVD picture slidefirstgo to paint brush and draw only white then save as white.jpg.secondburn it into nero or other dvd burnerthirdplay it to your DVD player connected to you LCD TV.it has to be played in full screen
let the white image display on your HDTV for several hours or even overnight. It should remove any burned-in images or ghosts.hope this help............... thanks....
When the picture goes out, try to open and access the TVs menu using the Dynex remote. if the menu fails to open up you can bet there is a problem with the backlight on the TV. Letting the TV rest and then it working again indicates heat as the source of the problem. Check to see if your still in your 1yr warranty or if you have a protection plan at best buy, the TV needs help.
If the Menu were to still open, you can blame your cable/satellite set top box.
Sounds like a burn in, this is common when some still image is left on the tv screen for sometime, the only hope is to get to a white screen or static screen and let set for awhile, like the old days when you didn't have cable or any input and the tv just frowns.
Image burn can be permanent if the image was left on for a long period of time. You can try a pure white screen to balance the screen out. They sell DVDs online that have white screen and other screen correcting images to try an correct the damage done to your panel. here is one linked plasma or LCD both can burn.
best of luck
If your remote has a "zoom" or "aspect ratio" button, then you'll want to press it a couple of times until the picture is the right size for your tv. If your remote doesn't have a button like this, the tv or device (vcr, dvd, cable, etc) menu should have a place to change this.
I hope this helps, and good luck!
When an image is burnt in to screen it is always there you just dont see it when you watch tv because of the changing video. On some sets you can burn the image out by using a all white screen, from a signal generator or from the service menu, turning the brightness all the way up and letting it play for 24 hours. Here are some websites that have software that is supposed to erase burn-in images, but you would have to hook tv to a computer, unless it can be copied to a dvd and played through a DVD player. Have not used it myself so not sure how or if it works. Be careful not to cause any more damage to screen. A new screen can cost a few hundred to over a thousand dollars to replace. Set should be taken to a panasonic repair shop to try burning it out with white screen approach, so if they damage it they have to fix it.
Arte you using a cable provider? if so you should be able to adjust it to a wide screen or stretch, most cable providers are supposed to apply the settings when installing the box, so that the screen will auto fit your set, otherwise you will get image retention
I stupid friend of mine came over to feed my dogs when I was out. He watched my Plasme tv for a while and when he shut the system down he only turned the cable box off for opprox. 6 hours. I did have th Tv on pixal shift . Know my screen seams grainy in dark scenes . I does seem a little better after a rolling picture screen. How long do need to run the screen before it gets better?