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Spot remover. Black marker? Maybe not. (;^D).
Really, if it's just a little white dot on the screen, it may just be a bad pixel. Those things happen. The manufacturers warranty against more than 'so many' bad pixels, but if there's just one, I doubt they would replace it. If it's a big block of white, you might be able to get it replaced.
Ensure your input device is not causing this, by changing the TV input to a different video device. Then, look for any loose contacts on the RC cable or input cable. If nothing works, better refer it to a qualified service technician.
HI, Are you sure that there is balck dot on the sreen. Check one more time is it any dust on the screen. Black spot Means pixel of the Lcd sreen is fault. There are thousands of pixels in an lcd screen. when any of the pixel or a group of pixels become faulty the black spot will appear. Its not possile to rectify the problem other than replacing the LCD panle if its avilable. The avilability of lcd screen is very rare. Ajin
White dots usually indicates that the DLP chip is failing and will need to be replaced. This is a repair best left to a technician. You can call 1-800-samsung to see if this repair would be covered under their white dot warranty, some models are covered.
Take the offer,even they charge u it will still cheaper than the repair shop and quicker too,because they have the parts with them they don't have to trouble shoot like the shop,if the prob.the shop never seen it before.