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There is no picture just a large white spot in the middle of the screen, what would cause this? Is it fixable?

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A service center will have to fix it however the cost may be more than a new LCD tv.

Posted on May 06, 2010

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What has caused this white mark and is it fixable?


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Black spot in the middle of the screen looks like it has a burned spot


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