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Left Side of Screen goes semi dark Then, top 20% of screen gets crystal clear and left side remains darkish but right side is normal but not as clear as the top 20% of screen.. At first it was just a few minutes when first turned on, but this issue now goes on for a few hours before operating clearly.

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