Question about Televison & Video
I have had a HP plasma TV model PL4260N for just under one year. The screen has a yellow/gold glare, normally on people's faces, but also the glare will appear in light colored areas.
I have tried the white-wash feature, but it still appears. I originally thought it was due to an issue with the cable TV provider, however, I have moved and have the same issue with the new provider. It also occurrs while watching DVD's.
Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
Requires taking the back off: There is a module about 1 and a half inches square with 4 controls on it (looks like a small phillips screwdriver will fit.) Sits vertically. A yellow one on the lower left side. Tweek or turn it just a little about 2% and watch the picture and seen if the problem goes away. First unplug the tv before taking the back off and when back is off position the tv and yourself to turn the control and turn the tv on. You will need someone to turn tv on for you. Then do the tweeking with someone watching the picture for you
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
Call HP and file a claim under the warranty. This is a problem with this model and they are shipping replacement kits to fix the problem. Ity is called "pixel flair". Go to this website and you will see all of the problems.
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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