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MX 42VM11\r\nP4202YD07 MX 42VM11 P4202YD07 Dec 2005 54973600653 Poster-ized colors and screen memory retention causing ghost siloutes

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Screen image retention is caused by faulty plasma display, and often is considered beyond repair.
Try following the hints here to reduce the ghost effect.

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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