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post #1 of 5 Old 10-29-2010, 08:19 AM - Thread Starter
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I just brought home my Samsung PN50C700 last night. I thought everything was good, then when I was running some break in slides I saw that the pixels were not all the way over to the left side of the screen, up next to the bezel as they are on the right. I thought it was how my picture was set, but soon realized it was nothing like that.

I took some pics with the set off, because you can see it pretty good that way. The first 3 are of the left side, you can see how the pixels do not reach all the way to the bezel. There is a black void where the pixels end and where the bezel is. The 4th is of the right were the pixels do reach the bezel.

To top it off, that black void on the left side is wider at the top of the screen then tapers toward the bottom.

Should I take it back?
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My Panasonic is the same way. I was worried at first, but everyone on here says its normal.
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Not that I don't trust HoosierDaddy, but I would feel better if more people could back him up and reassure me that this is common.
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My older Samsung was worse than that, but my 63c7000 is better. I think its fine, and I never noticed or cared about it, but its up to you. It does not have a bearing on performance though.
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Thats an odd defect. I'll check my 63C8000 when I get home. I remember having the problem with CRTs back in the day, but I've never seen / noticed it on a plasma or LCD.
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