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Yellow Spot dead center on screen

I have a yellow spot dead center on my screen. Didn't realize it until my kids played "March of the Penguins" - the yellow spot stood out against the white snow. Any do it yourself remedies for this? If not, what should I expect from a professional repair visit?

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    I have the yellow area on my sony wega. We even replaced the lamp unit, but it did not help. It is 3 yrs old.

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    HAVE BIG YELLOW IN THE CENTER OF MY SONY KF50WE610 HELP

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I have a panasonic 47" rear projection tv and recently red yellow dots and lines started to show up, what could be the issue here?

these lines and spots aren't external...they are part of the picture itself.

reply would be much appreciated :)

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Most likely the yellow dot is due to a burn in the picture on the "green" lens. It's not removable because it's burned it, but you can try cleaning it because sometimes, dots are caused by dirt. The worst that can occur is that if the dot is permanant.

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I have a 52" rear projuction hitachi tv. I had the same problem. The solution to my problem was something called a OPTICAL ENGINE. It was replaced yesterday and now my picture looks as new as the day we bought it. This part is not cheap. on the invoice it was 921.00 for them to repair my tv with this part. I hope this helps.

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