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Yellowish spot on the lower left hand corner of tv screen

I have a PT-43LC-14-K tv. Six months ago, I changed the lamp on the tv and then about 3 months later, I noticed a yellow spot appear on the lower left-hand side of the screen. It started to slowly get bigger as the weeks passed by. Now, six months later, the lamp indicator has again come on and the "new" lamp appears to need replacing again.

My question is in connection with the yellow spot...why is it there? what caused it? I didn't see it at anytime during the life of our first lamp...my research suggests that these DLP televisions are NOT susceptible to burn in...so what's going on here???

Thanks for any help you can offer.

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Good Day, There is a device that can be used to correct your concerns. Symptoms can be correct by EE PROM CORRECTION TOOL:
LSUQ0100. Instructions included. Try calling 1-800-458-6053. It's under $100.00 and takes about 1 hour from start to finish. Good Luck, big IRISH.

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