I have a Panasonic CT-34WX54 34" and I noticed I have a dark area in the middle of the left half of the screen. It is a circular area about 6 inches wide. I notice it mostly during sports or nature pictures where there is a solid background. It isn't noticable during normal shows but during sports like basketball and football you notice that part of the field or court is darker. Is this repairable and what might be causing it?
When I show other people the is issue, they see a dark verticle band from top to bottom. I mostly only notice the circular area.
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I think u Panasonic viera creating these problems due to magnetic field around d area,so suggestion is that keep away magnetic devices like ur speakers etc & may be ur TV pitcure tube was damage so u have to go for a repair man....thnx for giving me ur important time..:(
There are mainly two reasons for this fault. The first one is with its screen voltage settings. If the screen voltage settings have gone down [it can be happen automatically in rare cases], the screen will look dark. The second one is with its video output section itself. Anyway, you have to seek an experienced service technicians' help in this matter, if you are not handy in electronics.
Hi I had the same problem. Broken white lines across the top of the screen. This is called overscan. You need to go into the Setup menu, other settings. 16:9 overscan needs to be on. Hope this helps.It solved our problem.
I tried the solution that was posted for this problem and it worked!
Just remove the Low front panel by removing the two bottom screws that are covered by two screw covers, then remove the second panel (black) by removing the 4 screws then you'll notice a module with 6 adjustment knobs, get a small screw driver, and with the t.v. on, being carefull , and with somebody accross the room looking at the screen begin with the lower left knob and turn left very slowly and ask the person across the room to let you know if the screen is better or not, after this I had to adjust the green as well so, I adjusted the next knob over to the left. Do this adjustment carefully and try to remenber the original position of the knobs in case you have to go back.f