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Basically as what fieldy14 said.

Anything that has a still image for a long period of time will burn itself onto the screen. Even LCD or CRT does the same.

I would advise to set the PS3 into settings where if you don't touch or use it for a period of time it goes into a hibernation form. That and turn off the screen when its not in use to help prevent from the still image burn.

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Any still image for a long period of time will burn into the plasma panel, id advise using a lcd or crt television. To avoid all screen burn , dont leave on and on the screen if not playing. Hope this helps.

Posted on Nov 16, 2009

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