Originally Posted by akadennis
thanks for your response. yes i already switched to orbiter mode 2, not sure what save 2 is?
for clarification, turn those both off when you're watching full-screen content with no top/bottom/side bars and no static logos/graphics anywhere. Orbiter is designed to shift the pixels, but it might actually hinder evening out the burn-in if you keep it on for slides/full-screen content. When watching stuff with black bars anywhere or glyphs etc... make sure you have orbiter on though.
Save 2 is energy mode. There should be Standard, Save 1, and Save 2. Save 2 is the dimmest while standard is the brightest. When running slides or full 16:9 content you'll want it in Standard mode with orbiter off to try and ease out the image retention on your set. When watching any
other content (ie, black bars on sides or top/bottom or with static graphics/logos or video games), you're best to set it to orbiter 2 in save 2 mode to limit any further retention/burn-in on the set.
If it's really burn-in you probably won't be able to get rid of it, but if it's just IR, you should be able to even it out given care and time. As I said, try to run either break-in slides or full-screen content (Planet Earth for instance is full 16:9 with no logos so a good candidate - typical movies with bars are not) on repeat in Standard/orbiter off for the best chance at clearing it out.
For the break-in slides, I would recommend going with webapalooza's 120-version and set it to 7-second intervals. Alternatively, if you can set it up with a computer as a second monitor, Windows 7 lets you set a slideshow as the background, which can let you easily cycle wallpapers , ideally 10 seconds for that way.