Originally Posted by somelogin
Well, stu kept saying it wouldn't cause problems and then when it did said I was making it up. All I am doing is reporting what happened because 1. people need all sides of what has happened to various people and 2. I am hoping someone figures out a way to help me fix it, but it doesn't even seem the black level got fixed either.
People such as he say not to change voltages without doing the reset, so really it just seems like no matter which method you use, someone says no don't do it thatw ay. I really want to try to improve my other tv, but I hate to change the voltages and then yet a new problem happen and I hate to do a reset and then have burn in again.
Could you provide images for example ?... If it is burn in... And not temporary IR.
See the thing is - why are you doing nothing to clear this mysterious burn in ?... You know - like displaying white signal or fast and bright moving images.
I am in touch with a guy in the UK as we speak who was unfortunate enough to buy a used KURO which had bad IR/BURN IN - who is doing something to help himself by displaying certain types of material... Whom never had any issue with posting images.
If you post a image of a white screen - and a close up of the burn in... White screen the best way to show up permanent burn in.
But what is confusing is (why you could possibly have burn in) simply resetting and turning the display back on.
Now in reference to all your mail which i kept for reference - two days before the "reset" asking me about raising ABL which i warned you (not) to - remember ?.
Of all the warnings about what to do and not to do - you never heeded any.
If you have raised ABL (and) VOL SUS through the roof (like i warned you not to...
Then unfortunately for you - you have no one to blame but yourself.