Question about Samsung HLS4676S Television
This is not as easy as you think. I had the same thing happen to one of my flat panel monitors and called up Samsung, since it was still under warranty.
Each pixel is lit up, all of them converge to form the picture you see. When that pixel "dies" or goes out, you will see nothing but the white, thus the little white dots on the screen.
Samsung told me they would replace the monitor, that fixing the problem would be cost prohibitive, i.e. more than the monitor originally cost. The entire board would have to be replaced.
So I would suggest you take the TV to a local repairer to fix the problem for you.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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