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Red dots i have a 50 inch that has red dots in the black what do i do

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    I have the same problem. My tv is one month old and it has a bright red dot that is visible on a black background. I was offered a screen replacement under warranty. Shoul I go with that offer? I am not sure if it will be all working the way it should when they put it back together. Please, anone that had it done share your oppinions

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We had same problem with our Samsung last year. When my husband called, they knew immediately with the problem was and sent someone out to replace the main board. If we hadn't been under warrantly, it would have cost a fortune.

Posted on Sep 06, 2008

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Sounds like it's in service mode. Unplug the set and leave it for 10 min or so then plug it back in. If you still have the problem, post a comment with the model #. I'll pull the manual and take a look for you. Hope this helps

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