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I believe that this is an LCD projection TV. I haven not worked on this model of set, therefore I will comment genericaly.
There is probably dust accumulation, or maybe a problem in the optical path, or a problem with the lamp. The set would have to be checked for this type of fault to begin with. There are other types of conditions that can cause what is known as shading problems, but are mor rare than what I descibed.