Question about Televison & Video
I bought a 52" Polaroid for like 50$ and the screen itself.is okay. Buy there's these to big white circles.the size of baseballs. No pixels. Im wonder what is wrong. How much will it cost.to fix. And can I do it myself?
The white circles are called halos caused by technically a burn-in u either ignore or change the screens particularly the one on the inside for a new one......the halos have made a burn-in on the screen its like taking a spot light and pointing it to a surface for long the light will eventually image its circular image on the surface like a discolouration hence the snow like white balls as u call them....another suspect the optical dome glass maybe dirty u got to open the box screen chamber and use a soft cloth to clean it
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can fix it yourself but it involves two things--being able to get at the convergence chips and being able to solder etc....
Not a difficult repair and total parts cost should be under 30 dollars.
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Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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Your TV set may have settings for picture size ratios but also if you have cable or sattelite service, they too may have these settings. Try both TV and cable remocons for proper adjustment
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
not if it keeps repeating the same cycle over and over..it cost 300 once and if you have it fixed again thats another 300 and if it happens again so on and so on....
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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