Question about Samsung HP-R5072 50 in. Plasma HDTV
I have posted this in other areas and it appears to be a diffusion problem meaning the panel needs an electrical adjustment and can be done by a technician or you if you dare. Depends on how handy with electronics you are. But there are some adjustments you can do to minimize or remove these red or blue pixels firing randomly. Try adjusting V-SUS, V-SET, and check all other ones. VE, VS, VA, and see what happens. Write all voltages down first then go tweeking. I do have a bulletin here that states exactly what to do, I just have to find it. Let me know if you have any luck with this procedure first. Oh Yea, make sure you use the internal generator, the wipe screen from black to white so as to see both at the same time while adjusting the picture. It helps to have it on the stand when doing this procedure. Let me know if i can be of anymore assistance. Cheers. Jay
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
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