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Picture flashes on and off when bright scenery ie sky, clouds, snow, sunlight.. otherwise its fine.. I have a standby light that flashes 5 times continuously when in 1080I mode

KP-53HS30 sony 53" rear proj ...Picture flashes between off and on when in 1080i mode but only when the scene is bright Ie Clouds, snowcapped mountains brigt sunlight etc. otherwise its fine

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