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What is causing 2/3 of the screen to be darker than the 1/3 (right side)? in addition, the darker 2/3 side color does not match with the correct (right side) colors. i have recently replaced the lamp and cleaned the sreen, lens and mirror with a soft dust brush. thank you for your help.

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  • baseballj43 Sep 01, 2010

    no, that was not the issue. i'm thinking it may be a convergence problem. what are your thoughts? thank you

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Is there an powerful electrical device kept very close to the affected side of the TV? If yes then please move it to a greater distance. This device may be affecting the display.

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  • Rinoo Kumari Sep 01, 2010

    Yes, it could be a 'convergence' problem too. But, I feel the at convergence should not have hit only a part of the screen. Also it could be the video IC deteriorating and about to go. Think on those lines too.

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