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That sounds like the original Eco sensor "bug". You should see a "slide" with the Eco sensor. Turn it on, put the number at 20, turn the Eco sensor off. (I believe this was the old
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I'll give it a try a bit later, and pray that it works! Thank you for the help!

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Calman Calibration Software, using the Dynamic Range Workflow for Brightness and Contrast, to get the Columns at their Lowest Points across the board: on my PN64F8500 - Brightness 46 Contrast 84. At these settings, Columns are all virtually either, very slightly above the Zero line, or at it. Cell is left at 20 re Doug Blackburn's talks with Samsung re ABL, and the best setting.
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