Question about Pioneer PDP-5060HD 50 in. Plasma Television
I have a very small green dot on my screen, is there a way to fix this pixel?
Yes, but you might break it if you tried. One way would be to burn the green pixel out but that would require quite a bit of technical knowledge, but then you would have a dead pixel, but that's hardly noticable most of the time. The other way would be to heat the screen up [dangerous for your TV] to try and 're-shape' the address wire that sends the voltage to that pixel.
The other way that you could try is to shake the set, move it around, tap the area *lightly*. This can dislodge a tiny little bit of contaminant that might have been lodged in that particular pixel cell ('rib') which can sometimes settle in a particular way that will cause disturbances within the electrical plasma properties and show the pixel as 'shining'.
Or, since Elite is a premium brand, ask your dealer / Pioneer what their acceptable limit for this condition is.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
DAVE-UNFORTUNATELY ONE PIXEL IS STUCK ON AND TO FIX THAT PROBLEM WOULD MEAN REPLACING THE WHOLE PLASMA PANEL ITSELF.JOE TV
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
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