Question about Televison & Video
Ghosting or blurring vision happens due to a faulty video processing board. It may be due to faulty T-con board (BN81-01308A) or a main board ( BN94-01199B ). However, you'll need to check the wiring on both of these boards. Before this I'll suggest you to callibrate the TV by following these settings--
Tint: G50 / R50
Black Adjust: low
Dynamic Contrast: low
If this doesn't resolve the issue then turn off and unplug the TV for 4-5 hours and check. Tell me if there are any horizontal or vertical lines.
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Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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