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Blue bleed through

Mostly on the left side when the picture should show white you can see blue little pixels allover i had an xbox 360 on that side but i moved it not sure what the prob. is please help

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  • Rynostl Feb 19, 2008

    the only way i know to describe it is that where there should be white theres blue

  • Rynostl Feb 19, 2008

    it worked! now i really feel dumb. im usually good at this tech stuff, but went right past the 1st step in fixing the prob. thank you.

  • Corey Knoettgen
    Corey Knoettgen May 11, 2010

    This is not really a solution, but xbox's and playstations shouldn't be used on plasma or projection TV's - almost always lead to trouble.

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Try resetting the television by turning it off and unplugging it for about 30 seconds. Video Game Systems have been known to cause pixel damage on Plasmas.

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