Question about Flat Panel Televisions
There is no real solution for burn in..it truly is a discoloration of the phosphors that make the picture..some times you can lessen it by displaying a pure white screen for a long period of time, but this really just burns the entire screen so it is not as noticable
Posted on Nov 29, 2007
SOMETHING IN THE BACK OF MY MIND REMINDS ME THAT ELECTROLYTIC CAPS.. BECOME DEFFECTIVE IN THE HOZ. CIRCUITS USUALLY DC VOLTAGE SUPPLIED VIA THE FLYBACK TRANSFORMER .. OR SUCH .. I SURE WOULD CHECK FOR AN OPEN CAP. YOU CAN JUMPER THEM , PUT A SCOPE ACROSS THEM ., OR REPLACE THEM ALL .. IF IN DOUBT .. IF IT WERE BURN IT WOULD BE THEE ALL THE TIME ,, EVEN ON A BLANK RASTER ..
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
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