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post #1 of 5 Old 01-13-2012, 11:52 AM - Thread Starter
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i get red blotches with bright scenes- and i watch a lot of hockey -which is not good! (the blotches not the hockey). i am getting a new panel under extended warranty. few questions--

i searched and seen some red complaints but with dark scenes. mines with bright white scenes- anyone else see this?

first tech told me not to keep set on dynamic -which is the one i prefer. will this setting shorten the life of the set?

finally, Abt is doing the repair but said they must take TV in - so it's in a 'controlled environment' - does this need to be done this way? they don't give loners and said it could take a week to 10 days!

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no one? i'm especially looking for advice as to whether i can keep setting on dynamic - i'll be getting new panel in a few weeks.

also - does the panel really need to be changed in a 'controlled environment'?

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I had pink or red horizonal ribbons on my 58C500 and samsung came out and replaced my screen at my home. It was still under warranty.
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i get red blotches with bright scenes- and i watch a lot of hockey -which is not good! (the blotches not the hockey). i am getting a new panel under extended warranty. few questions--

i searched and seen some red complaints but with dark scenes. mines with bright white scenes- anyone else see this?

first tech told me not to keep set on dynamic -which is the one i prefer. will this setting shorten the life of the set?

finally, Abt is doing the repair but said they must take TV in - so it's in a 'controlled environment' - does this need to be done this way? they don't give loners and said it could take a week to 10 days!

thanks!

You prefer dynamic?? That is so bright
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i do prefer dynamic - is great for hockey. i guess i got so used to it that the other settings look too dark to me now!

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