Originally Posted by michaeldelo
All these possible fix posts have this air of mystery around them. Why is nothing being advertised on how to fix the issue?
Let's see, first try reading the whole thread - air of mystery - give me a break. Then head over to some of the other threads this same situation has been posted by the thread starter. Possible solutions off the top of my head have been:
Contact your warranty company (they came out, much to his frustration the service person did not see an issue)
Reset the display values in the service menu and re-enter (would cause him to lose the pro-cal and the enabled ISF modes)
Purchase calibration software and a meter and try DYI
Hire DNice who has experience with the display's voltages (see Pioneer 500m/600m thread and how to get more out of your panel)
Hire a someone to take a reading of the black levels to help the case with the warranty company - if they are out of spec then it should be open/shut
Post a picture to help people on this thread better see what he is up against (picture attempts haven't looked right)
Contact Pioneer (they did not help - but then the display is out of warranty and Pioneer is out of display business)
Contact the nearest authorized Pioneer repair facility (out-of-state and would require cash out of his pocket)
There are more, but not worth searching. It is not a good situation to be in, but there doesn't appear to be an easy fix and again if you did a little homework you would see plenty of helpful forum members have stepped up and attempted to offer solutions/help. There isn't a magic fix, and it's doubtful if there is a fix it won't require an investment (likely time and $) regardless of how unfair that is to Somelogin.