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Burned images there are burned images in my 52 in.plasma tv screen,how do i remove them

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Unfortunately, you can't, unless you replace the screen, sorry to be the bearer of bad news, I suggest in future do not have any display features like time, channel number and so on displayed constantly, or if you are using it as advetrtising or security that you change the image at intervals....Phil

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