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Mistubishi WD-52527 52" LCD Projection TV

Recently, my TV picture has a few blue spots at the very bottom of the picture. The whole picture is still there, but the spots are 1/2 circles across the botom the the viewing sceen and they are blue in color. They appear to be random and we just noticed them about two days ago. Our TV is only about 1 1/2 years old. Does anyone know why these spots appear?

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Those are going to be dust spots on the LCD panels internal to the optical engine. i suggest that you take the screen off and take off the panel i nthe middle of the tv with 2 screws in it and there will be an area that has 3 metal fins covering thin orange ribbon cables. the 3 square objects at the end of those ribbon cables will be the LCD panels spray wiht air compressor unitl clean and that should greatly help your problem.

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