Question about Televison & Video
Hi, I have actually seen this phenomenon first hand in an older laptop computer-it has to do with the "BULBS " that are used for backlighting the display. They are whats known as cold cathode fluorescent light bulbs and contain small amounts of mercury allowing near instantaneous illumination( not the case with a standard fluorescent bulb right?) any way I believe it's related to an HOURS run issue, maybe the bulbs just wore out perhaps they were defective from the start. you can try a workaround for this problem by turning the brightness down in the menu under picture settings. It may work! I hope this has been of some use, be sure to let FixYa know if it did and/or if we can be of further assitance! Good luck and thanks, Prodzilla.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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