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Milky white screen

In the first 5 minutes of watching the screen will have a milky white haze that comes and goes on an interval of several minutes with it on and then Ok for several minutes.

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  • chriswerland Jun 18, 2008

    same thing is happening in intervals but it is also changing the tint of the screen

  • goodtymguy Jul 24, 2008

    my WS-55807 is turning the milky white on a regular basis now, as well as teh occasional yellow tint... any suggestions? is adjusting the voltage a viable option for a less than techsavy person or has this become a service call?

  • hopeless2 Dec 29, 2008

    In the first 5 minutes of watching the screen will have a milky white haze that comes and goes on an interval of several minutes with it on and then Ok for several minutes.

  • fivehopes Jan 18, 2009

    I have the same issue. The screen goes to a milky white. Please help

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Adjust the screen voltage lower.

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