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The picture is good but i noticed color sprinkle red and green

When im watching my plasma tv (LG 42 ") using cable or dvd player , i always noticed a tiny color sprinle of red and green on screen mostly on black back gound, but he picture is still good

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  • Lito Tuazon Apr 24, 2009

    HELLO,

    tHANKS FOR THE REPLY,

    REGARDING THIS HIGH VOLTAGE THAT FEEDS THE PANEL, CAN I ADJUST THIS BY MYSELF? HOW?.
    ALSO THE X & y BOARDS THAT CREATING THE PROBLEM CAN I ADJUST THIS ALSO?

    THANKS IN ADVANCE

    REGARDS,
    LITO TUAZON


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That could be a high voltage that feeds the panel, that can be adjusted (that voltage need to be verified first)
Also there is a couple of boards that may be creating the problem (X & Y main boards )

Posted on Apr 23, 2009

  • Marco M Apr 24, 2009

    you can adjust that but you need a multimeter to check for voltages and also this is a little risky because it handles kind of high so you have to be very careful.

    the voltajes are ussualy posted in the back of the panel
    look for Vsus, VA and VE.


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