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"Sunshine" Glare on faces and other bright areas

I've tried all the picture and image adjustments, but lately the glare has been very obvious (don't remember noticing it on the first few thousand hours of use). I've changed bulbs, but the same problem. Tried a few different DVD players, same problem. Don't notice it with the other LCD and TV displays. Thoughts ?

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Take it to a Service Centre and ask them to check it out for you. They normally quote first and then repair if you give them a go-ahead , you've got nothing to lose.

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