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Blue patches on the left edge of my Plasma tv.

I have bright blue patches at the left edge of my TV, that comes and goes. This just started happening and I've had the TV for only 14 months. It's annoying because I've had my Sony Trinitron for over 25 years and it still works fine.

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I'm experiencing the same problem. I just called Costco, since it's where I bought it from, and I was told to unplug it, press and hold the power button for a minute, then plug it back in (TV will turn on by itself, and then turn off again) now turn it back on, and see if the problem has gone away.

Posted on Mar 27, 2008

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