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The top right corner of the screen has gone black on my Viera 50" Plasma??? Its a square about 30 x 30cm

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This is called a dead zone. if you just bought this, its defective. if it was used then, you can get it repaired but, you will have to send it to the manufacture.

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

  • Michael Masters
    Michael Masters Feb 11, 2009

    the warranty should take care of this defect if this set was just purchased.

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