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Plasma TV PS-42Q7HX/XSJ

Hi, My Plasma TV is 7 mnths old, i use a harman cardon home theatre, I recently noticed that there is a row of about 10 pixels flashing on the bottom of the right hand side of the screen, these pixels appear only after you switch on the unit for about 2 hours, they are coloured in nutral colour as normal light. If you reboot the TV or change from AV1 to AV2 or vice versa, this problem disapears for a while and appears again as mentioned above. The subwoofer of the home theatre is in the same posision of the problem but the woofer is a meter aways. I tried changing the satellite receiver and the cable, or playing a DVD instead of TV, but it didnt help. Could you please help. Regards.

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Hey, i had this problem with a CRT television once. My subwoofer would cause the same issue in that TV. There is a rather large magnet in the subwoofer that creates a field that will mess your TV up if it's too close to it. not sure if the same applies to the plasma, but i'd definately move it more than 5 feet away from the screen. sometimes it takes 24hrs or so for the tv to repair itself after doing so. hope this helps.

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