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If the spots are coin sized or so, its likely dust. These tvs are know for dust particles getting on the len inside and causing issues. The tv needs complex disassembly and cleaning to solve the issue. The only tool required is a philips screwdriver but it does require some know how. A air compressor or can of compressed air is helpful also. Let me know if I can assist you further, the directions could be quite lengthy. Thanks

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