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Green Pixel or dots issue on Samsung LN-4051D

I thought it was a heat issue but its now winter and its happened again. I have green dots or pixels on black or white colors and it seems to just surround lines. Now that i'm looking at it, i'm getting red dots now too. *sigh*

It happens on DVD's, cable, PS3, while watching stuff on my media center PC. So its not any single component, its definitely the TV.

What do i need to replace to get this working again?

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  • Anonymous Feb 18, 2009

    Would that be the same for some one seeing red dots instead of green? BTW- symptom comes and goes periodically.

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That's a flaw in the driver/timing circuits, but it could also be something simple like a ruptured ribbon cable or poor connection during manufacturing. Simple or not either way the driver/timing circuits need to be serviced by a professional technician.



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