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post #31 of 977
Same problem - during hockey games - yellowish blob along right side. Changing color temp. to cool1-cool2 helps, but only for minute or two.
post #32 of 977
I'm noting it tonight as well
I actually have it on both sides but it's really pronounced on the white right side when it's a shot of the white ice
I think I might have to call Panasonic or do something I don't see it in any other time other than watching hockey games
post #33 of 977
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Originally Posted by billmich View Post

I think I might have to call Panasonic or do something I don't see it in any other time other than watching hockey games
Keep us posted if Panasonic has something to say about it.
post #34 of 977
I just noticed two greenish blobs on my 60GT50 on Saturday............they were not there before. I bought the tv last July from Visions and I am not too happy after having a rising black G15.......and now possible problems with the GT50.
post #35 of 977
I know a guy who had a yellow blob problem on his august 2012 bought VT50. He noticed the blob march 2013. They gave him a VT60 as replacement.
post #36 of 977
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Originally Posted by 8mile13 View Post

I know a guy who had a yellow blob problem on his august 2012 bought VT50. He noticed the blob march 2013. They gave him a VT60 as replacement.

Should I pray for a yellow blob then ? smile.gif
post #37 of 977
I have noticed it to on my GT50 as well. Definite yellowing on the right and left sides clearly visible on white backgrounds.
post #38 of 977
I recommend that everyone DVR or otherwise record a hockey game to use as an example for when a tech comes out
post #39 of 977
Mine is green on the ST50, I've been thinking about calling best buy to get it swapped out for the ST60. I think I will wait a bit until we see what problems are occurring with the ST60.
post #40 of 977
Had Geek Squad guy come out and they gave me a credit for my GT50. They dropped the clearance price on one of the last VT50s as a swap out. We will see if this one develops the same issue or not. Hopefully not.
post #41 of 977
I messaged very well respected calibraror Chad B about this issue and he said that he had it on his GT50 as well, but that it actually went away all by itself after about 6 months (take that for what its worth)
since the 50 series is moved on to the 60, I still think I might be able to get an upgrade to a VT 60,

As, I have mentioned before, I only see this during hockey games. Has anyone else had such a sever issue that it shows up during other scenes as well?
post #42 of 977
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Originally Posted by billmich View Post

I messaged very well respected calibraror Chad B about this issue and he said that he had it on his GT50 as well, but that it actually went away all by itself after about 6 months (take that for what its worth)
since the 50 series is moved on to the 60, I still think I might be able to get an upgrade to a VT 60,

As, I have mentioned before, I only see this during hockey games. Has anyone else had such a sever issue that it shows up during other scenes as well?

I notice my "blob" on light sky backgrounds, but it is hard to see. On 90% of content I can't see it at all. I also talked to Chad about it and got the same response. Maybe it will go away at some point, but it was only a bother when I was first obsessing over it!
post #43 of 977
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Originally Posted by scirica View Post

I notice my "blob" on light sky backgrounds, but it is hard to see. On 90% of content I can't see it at all. I also talked to Chad about it and got the same response. Maybe it will go away at some point, but it was only a bother when I was first obsessing over it!

Haven'ts seen it on my set but based on what you just said ignorance is bliss smile.gif Chad's day ISF setting rocks by the way so good in the daytime even with my blinds open
post #44 of 977
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Originally Posted by scirica View Post

I notice my "blob" on light sky backgrounds, but it is hard to see. On 90% of content I can't see it at all. I also talked to Chad about it and got the same response. Maybe it will go away at some point, but it was only a bother when I was first obsessing over it!

God forbid that you want your $2K+ TV to operate correctly. Shame on you!
post #45 of 977
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Originally Posted by mental1 View Post

God forbid that you want your $2K+ TV to operate correctly. Shame on you!

Its just like anything else personal experience varies little judgemental imo
post #46 of 977
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God forbid that you want your $2K+ TV to operate correctly. Shame on you!

3K for me
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post #47 of 977
I had this problem too on my 55VT50. Called Panasonic first. They had a guy come out to look at it from a nearby shop. He knew exactly what it was and that the panel (not TV) needed to be replaced. They scheduled an in home repair. Replaced the panel. Everything seemed fine the last 4 months but I am starting to see it ever so slightly again. Not sure if it takes awhile for it to show up or what but I'm ready to call again. I paid too much for this TV to deal with a greenish blob coming back.
post #48 of 977
I just found this thread after looking for people with the same problem. I got my 65VT50 from Cleveland Plasma back in October. It's an August 2012 build. I've been using the TV regularly since purchased and noticed the yellow blob on the right side of the screen about three weeks ago. It definitely wasn't there until recently. It's only noticeable on full white screens and is faint, but definitely there. I wonder if it is a result of the ABL kicking in, because when I throw my PC to the panel and move a small white box over the area there is no yellow. When I maximize the box to full screen, however, it shows up. Its not something I'm about to want a return for, but I do agree that when you pay over $3k for a screen its troubling to see any problem small or large. I hope it goes away with time. I haven't had the panel calibrated yet, but I'm not sure if that could fix it.
post #49 of 977
I have the same problem with my ST50, I have a warranty through BB. I am thinking about upgrading to the ST60 but I won't surprised if the same problems exist with the 2013 models. Panasonic needs to address this issue and work on quality control. The retention problem needs to be addressed as well.
post #50 of 977
Another 65VT50 owner here with the yellowish blob problem. First noticed it during a hockey game -- mine has it on both the left and right sides of the screen at the horizontal center. It isn't there when I first turn on the television, but steadily becomes more noticable the longer the TV stays on. I haven't played much with the settings (using ISF Day/Night or Custom) but I did notice how hot the back of hte TV gets (specifically behind the areas showing the blobs) while watching DirecTV material compared to when watching a blu-ray or DVD. Perhaps an overheating issue? I know the 65VT50 utilizes cooling fans, anyway to adjust how fast these run?

Any other suggestions?
post #51 of 977
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Originally Posted by chadwick537 View Post

Another 65VT50 owner here with the yellowish blob problem. First noticed it during a hockey game -- mine has it on both the left and right sides of the screen at the horizontal center. It isn't there when I first turn on the television, but steadily becomes more noticable the longer the TV stays on. I haven't played much with the settings (using ISF Day/Night or Custom) but I did notice how hot the back of hte TV gets (specifically behind the areas showing the blobs) while watching DirecTV material compared to when watching a blu-ray or DVD. Perhaps an overheating issue? I know the 65VT50 utilizes cooling fans, anyway to adjust how fast these run?

Any other suggestions?

Interesting observations...I'm hoping someone comes up with a user solution rather than having to go the warranty route. My calibrated set looks so great otherwise that I'm really not willing to exchange it.
post #52 of 977
Does everyone here with this issue have their set wall mounted, as opposed to on a stand?

Maybe it is a heat issue
post #53 of 977
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Originally Posted by billmich View Post

Does everyone here with this issue have their set wall mounted, as opposed to on a stand?
Maybe it is a heat issue

Nope. Mine is on a stand, not mounted. Will try to place USB fan behind the blob area.
post #54 of 977
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Originally Posted by avsDD View Post

Nope. Mine is on a stand, not mounted. Will try to place USB fan behind the blob area.

I'm eager to hear your results. Mine is wall mounted but with a 15 degree horizontal tilt. Blob is on left side just above midline of screen.
post #55 of 977
Mine has been on the stand or wall mounted, makes no difference..

Wonder how the usb fan would work?
post #56 of 977
No, USB fan hasn't changed anything. Well, back of the TV set is not so warm anymore, yet the blob is still present. It's a pity...
post #57 of 977
It's really lessening my enjoyment of the U.S. Open today. Not sure how much longer I'll wait to call Panasonic. Such a pity!
post #58 of 977
As someone in this thread has pointed out, the discoloration gets worse after the TV has been on for awhile. I remember reading on one forum a Panasonic tech said it had something to do with the voltages.

I have a very large rectangular blob on the far right of my screen.
post #59 of 977
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Originally Posted by Yukon Trooper View Post

As someone in this thread has pointed out, the discoloration gets worse after the TV has been on for awhile. I remember reading on one forum a Panasonic tech said it had something to do with the voltages.

I have a very large rectangular blob on the far right of my screen.

Voltages, eh? I just started recently running my VT50 off a PS Audio PerfectWave P5 that is generating a precise, constant 120v signal. I have seen no improvement or change in my blobs.
post #60 of 977
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Originally Posted by scirica View Post

Voltages, eh? I just started recently running my VT50 off a PS Audio PerfectWave P5 that is generating a precise, constant 120v signal. I have seen no improvement or change in my blobs.
No. The voltages of concern are the internal circuitry voltages of the display, not the input voltage. Sorry for not being clear.
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