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60 inch phillips plasma

I have a 60 inch Phillips and now have noticed alot of tiny red dots on the screen. Is there possibly a way to get rid of them?

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Re: 60 inch phillips plasma

Is this a philips or a samsung? either way it sound like a diffusion problem..have the v_set and the v_scan voltages set lower bu 15vdc
if this wont help it is time for a panel

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