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Blue Noise/Pixels Bottom Left Corner of my Samsung Plasma

There is a lot of blue noise/pixel spots that move around the bottom left hand corner of my Samsung HP-S4253 screen & I saw in another post you said lowering voltage helps these problems, but how exactly do I do it? Any help would be very much appreciated!!! Thanks!!

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You would need to have a technician remove the back of the TV and make the adjustment. There are 2 small adjusters that they change to adjust the voltage.

Posted on Jun 24, 2008

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