Pink haze along bottom edge that bleeds into the center of screen
I have a pink haze along the bottom right edge that bleeds into the center of screen. I have seen some other posts related to this here and convergence was suggested as the fix. Do LCD TV's have convergence? I have been all through the setup options and cannot find the convergence settings anywhere. I read on another site that this can be caused by dust inside the cabinet on the LCD panels. What is my best course of action?
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Any sort of discoloraztion on a micro display set is most likly caused by dist or a film over the small displays inside of a set. in a LCD set there is no convergence to be done. You should be very carefull when or if you clean a microdisplay. Do not apply any liquid directly to the display and use a non lint type of a cloth and NO paper products at all.
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A pink hue is a sign the CCFL lamp is about to fail. The CCFL lamp is a fluro like tube approx. 2mm in diameter that is located on the bottom edge of the LCD screen that supplies the back light to the screen. Replacement CCFL lamp is available from this WEB site. www.lcdparts.net.
The screen has failed. It has about 14 ribbons running along the bottom edge that connect the Boards to the screen, it is glued to the glass and not replaceable. One of the 1000 or so contacts have failed.
It is not good news though at all, screens are shockingly expensive.