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My HP PL4260N has "red snow" following images on dark or black back grounds. What is causing this?

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Contact us to join our group taking action. HP sold these TV's with a KNOWN board problem. dorje@forexcafe.org

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

  • wwazman Jun 11, 2011

    Unhelpful. I'd like to know which capacitors to test / replace to fix this problem. Skistockli's email leads to a bogus domain.

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