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Channel banner burned into display

From watching a particular channel for extended times, an image has burned into something in the picture making parts of the tv. can anybody tell me what it is and what the part number is. This is an RCA rear projection tv : model HD56W58 (YX1) chassis # APC321

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All three color lenses may need replaced and if thats the case you might want to consider buying another tv

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