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Bb sized greenish lite

My tv is only 3 yrs old and this lite appeared in the middle of the screen recently.

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  • mike montgomery Mar 27, 2007

    It looks just like a light green b.b. if this box was the screen itt would be here at the period.
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  • mike montgomery Mar 27, 2007

    The period didnt stay in the middle which is where the light is, its just a bit and to the left of center.

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Where is the light vertically or horizontally and what color is the light.please specify.will be awaiting.you can contact me on this website or on my email [email protected]

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