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Half the picture is darker and washed out some times then corrects it self

Picture some times corrects it self after being on for a hour or more

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Does it correct itself if you tap or squeeze that side of the tv?

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  • Samuel Adams Jan 06, 2013

    yes

  • kalan Jan 07, 2013

    possible loose connection. reseat all cables inside tv

  • Back2life Electronics Jan 07, 2013

    I'm gonna go out on a limb and say you have a bad LCD panel TAB. But I would suggest you try what KALANDEBUSK suggested. Check for any loose cables inside the set.

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I have the same issue..it auto coorects in its own after a certain period of time - 20 - 30 mins later. Is the LCD simply going bad? Can this be repaired?

Posted on Nov 30, 2013

  • kalan Nov 30, 2013

    The only thing you can do is reseat the cables like the LVDS cable..is the wash out in front or behind the menu? more than like its the panel which at this point, if you can find the panel it wouldnt be cost effective to replace..buy a new tv..try ebay for a panel..best of luck

  • Philip Nov 30, 2013

    I have the same issue..it auto coorects in its own after a certain period of time - 20 - 30 mins later. Is the LCD simply going bad? Can this be repaired?

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