Question about LG 42PX5D 42 in. Plasma HDTV
I am looking at an Xbox 360 but I have a LG plasma TV. The plasma has a white out option to fix burned images but I don't know if I use the white out feature too much if it will hurt the tv
It will not damage the TV. The panel of all 2008 LG plasma TVs is rated for 60,000 hours. That is about 20 years with 8 hours of everyday use. Using the whitewash option will accelerate the aging of the panel but not to the point that you should worry about it. That being said, it is not intended to be used for hours on end without giving the television a break. Generally it's safe to run it for 15 minutes, turn it off and check if the image retention in is gone, If it is still there, run it for another 15 minutes.
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