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Little bright dots

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SOURCE: two little white bright dots

these are lit pixels! which can only be caused by a bad dmd chip (the micro-mirror-device). the chip can be replaced but it requires an experienced technitian to align the chip so your picture is straight, centered and in focus.

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2 little white dots on my lcd screen


if this is a DLP tv, white dots mean a light engine going bad. It will soon look like night stars in the sky.

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I have a Mitsubishi TV model # WD-60735 in November 2008. Back in August 2010 one white star light appeared at the bottom of the screen. Now (November 2010) there are now 9 star lights. I called...


You have failing pixels. The screen is not woking as it should but having said that there is a tollerance allowed by the manufacturers, dependant upon possition.
Sanyo, with their LCD Projectors had a formula to work the problem out, I will not share that with the world as it may give issues later on.
There wer however, a few pixels allowed before a replacement screen was ordered whilst under manufacturers warranty.
Basically, if it gets too bad, as it is out of warranty I presume, a replacement Screen or a replacement set will be reyuired.

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I HAVE A SAMSUNG DLP HLT5075SX/XAA AND IT STARS TO GET BRIGHTS LITLE DOT ALL OVER THE SCREEN WHAT IS THAT IST A PART THAT I NEED TO REPLACE?


Maybe your color wheel breaking up, if hit goes no picture or might be the lamp. If color wheel you can see it if you remove the back panel (UNPLUG TV FIRST) it's next to the lamp. Color wheel cost
Appox. $100 & If Blub Cost $75-$100 both can be bought online. Shop by you model #. If not sure what your doing call TV service Tech.

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dust on the optical lens possibly or a defective light engine.

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Light engine is bad. Contact Sony they have been replacing these due to a class action law suit.

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This is a 60mm telescope not much bigger than a 10x50mm pair of binoculars. Your maximum magnification will be about 100 power. Yes I know they said 200-300 power on the box. This was a lie.

Do not use the 2x barlow. Probably be just too much magnification. Put the eyepiece with the largest number written on it into the telescope; then try the same eyepiece with the 1.5x barlow. That is probably all the magnification the scope can handle.

Stars are always pinpoint light sources, no matter how large the telescope. They are hundreds or thousands of light years away.

The "red dot" should be pointed at exactly the same spot as what is in the eyepiece. Center a bright star in the eyepiece, then without moving the telescope... center the red dot on the star. Now you can use the red dot to POINT the telescope exactly to a sky object.

This web site may also help you:
http://www.cloudynights.com/item.php?item_id=810

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The fields of stars shows up on the tv. Is this a big issue?


The white dots/stars you are seeing is a failing DMD board. It is the board with the million little mirrors on it. The white dots are mirrors stuck in the on position always reflecting the white light from the lamp. The DMD board is a technician replaceable item and part number varies by model code. Please contact a local servicer to have them look at your TV so they can order the right part number for your DMD board. Please take a moment to rate my answer. Thanks....

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Red dot finder scope


Simple-- you can also do this during the day on an object at least 100 yards away-- but at night; get the moon centered in the eyepiece and without moving the telescope center the red dot on the moon. This will get you almost aligned-- then put a bright star in the eyepiece and readjust the red dot to center the star.

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Make sure your refresh rate is set no more than 60HZ. Your monitor might not support refresh rates higher than that.Also try lower resolutions.
Here is a list of specs: (also try another cable)
Features/Specifications:
  • Olevia LT23HVX 23-inch HDTV Compatible Widescreen LCD TV

  • General Features:
  • Black cabinet
  • 23-inch active screen size
  • 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio
  • HDTV Compatible
  • 1366 x 768 native resolution
  • 1600:1 contrast ratio
  • 8 ms response time
  • 178° horizontal and vertical viewing angle
  • NTSC TV system support
  • 480i, 480p resolution support
  • Progressive scan
  • Color temperature adjustment
  • Built-in 5 watt x 2 speakers
  • PC resolution support up to 1024 x 768 @ 60Hz
  • English/French/Spanish language
  • Sleep Timer
  • V-Chip parental control
  • Energy Star compliant
  • Remote control included
  • Wall mountable

  • Front Panel Features:
  • IR sensor
  • Power
  • Menu
  • Channel down
  • Channel up
  • Volume +
  • Volume -
  • Source

  • Rear Panel Features:
  • 15-pin VGA
  • Audio in
  • Headphone
  • Component Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr
  • Composite RCA video inputs
  • S-Video
  • Antenna

  • Power Specifications:
  • 100-240V, 50/60Hz, 2.5A (max)
  • 110 watts AC power consumption

  • Unit Dimensions:
  • 16.5 x 27.1 x 8.3-inches (H x W x D)
  • Gross Weight: 23 lbs
  • Net Weight: 21 lbs

  • Regulatory Approvals:
  • FCC
  • CSA
  • UL
Package Includes:
  • Olevia LT23HVX 23-inch HDTV Compatible Widescreen LCD TV
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Manual
  • Remote control w/two AA batteries
  • Power cord
Additional Information:
  • Notes
  • Model: LT23HVX
  • Product Requirements:
  • Satellite cable or antenna
  • PC with 15-pin VGA adapter
  • Stereo system with component, S-Video and composite jacks
  • Available power outlet

  • Disclosures:
  • LCD displays may have cosmetic imperfections that appear as small bright or dark spots. This is common to all LCD displays used in products by all vendor and is not specific to any vendor or brand. Below are the acceptable amounts of "dot defects" for LCD displays that we sell:
  • 20-Inch to 23-Inch:
  • Total Defects: 8
  • Bright or Dark Dots (random): 4
  • Bright or Dark Dots (2 adjacent): 2
  • Bright or Dark Dots (3 adjacent): 0
  • Minimum distance between defects: 15mm (bright to bright dots)
  • Minimum distance between defects: 5mm (dark to dark dots)

  • Disclosures:
  • Consumer Notice:
  • This television receiver has only an analog broadcast tuner and will require a converter box after February 17, 2009, to receive over-the-air broadcasts with an antenna because of the Nation’s transition to digital broadcasting. Analog-only TVs should continue to work as before with cable and satellite TV services, gaming consoles, VCRs, DVD players, and similar products. For more information, call the Federal Communications Commission at 1-888-225-5322 (TTY: 1-888-835-5322) or visit the Commission’s digital television website at: www.dtv.gov.

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