Question about Philips 42PF7320A 42 in. Plasma HDTV
I am thinking it might a ssb board but not really sure
The TV may have become over-volted from the factory and the voltage settings have to be reduced for the dots to go away.
If you have speakers by the TV it will do the same thing.
You may also have what we call "burn-in" they are ghost-images that appear as bars on your screen
Try Adjust the CONTRAST setting at or below 50%
Most home theater professionals advise that you wash out your screen with your television's anti-burn in calibration after the first 100 hours.You will have to check your owners manual.
My first solution is: Make sure you leave TV unplugged for 4 hours or overnight. You may have to do a couple of resets.
If you get a wide vertical strip it is very rare; it means the horizontal deflection system is weak - but strong enough to produce the high voltage.
I think the full, hard reset will solve your problem. In the worst case, you may have to go into the service mode and readjust some of the settings.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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