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Hello, I'm sorry to yell you that the lcd display (screen) is bad. Usually one side looks close to normal, and the other is dark and the picture drags and looks smeared. The cost to replace the lcd display is more than you can buy another set for, sorry. thanks, Terry
the tab bonds on the lcd panel where they attach to the Drive circuits above the TCON samsung is famous for bad flex tab bonds. Does the screen appear llike its in slow motion and double immages in that half of the screen as well as appear to have dark bands aross the screen? If so its probably the flex tab bonds.
Well the shadow is caused by the pixels going dead. There is a term for this "dead pixels" if its still under warrenty take it in. If its not you may be able to get a new screen for it on Ebay.com I use ebay a lot and boy I found thing I though I would never find people are very informative and you will probably need to take the screen you bought to a repair shop and have them place it in for you. this is not a quick fix so I hope this helps.
This is caused by a failure of the main board. The failure causes the refresh rate of the unit to be off creating a trailing or ghost effect. This will require a technician to replace that board though. Hope this help.