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White Dots (Plazma)

My screen has little white dots about one inch apart all over the screen.Even if I disconnect the cable and use a dvd with another port.

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  • sellertx Mar 20, 2008

    I have a similar problem where small white little dots appear on the left side of the screen. this is most noticed whenever there is a black background only. they appear if I am watching a DVD connected via component or my satellite via HD-MI.
    Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.

    Thanks

    Sellertx

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The symptom sounds like a common problem we have found with the plasma panels called diffusion. The cure in Samsung usually is a VSCAN alignment. Since its an SPS-4243 the unit should be under warranty and is covered. Call 1-800-SAMSUNG and they will direct you to the nearest service center.

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