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Dark shadow in lower left of screen

A dark, random shaped shadow is on lower left of screen. The screen image behind it is dark, but no other screen issues are involved. It seems to be spreading, but it is hard to tell. It is getting extremely annoying. Advice please?

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I guess there is some problem with your panel. make sure you show it to the nearest service centre

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