Originally Posted by Chere
IMHO I think overheating seems to be the biggest killer of electronic devices especially our Panny sets usually caused by the build up of dust sucked in from the cooling fans. I just had a look at the rear of my 65VT60 and noticed a large build up of dust and the whole thing seems to be getting quite hot. Those 2 pink spots on the left and the right are starting to be very visible in other contents outside of the normal white scenes. These are all red flags which will most likely lead to other more serious problems in the near future. The TV is on a stand which I plan to move to get access to the fan and plan to 'gently' vacuum the dust away with a soft brush.
Does anyone have any different ways or ideas of getting rid of the dust build up especially from the inside without opening the back cover???? I'm thinking compressed air but I'm not sure if that will damage the inside components in any way.. If this is a viable option should I do this with the set turned on or off?
Pink/purple pixel clouds in white?
You should check your VSUS Setting in the service menu and put it to high..
2013 Panasonic TX-P42X60E PDP
2013 Panasonic TX-P42STW60 PDP
ST60 Settings: Custom Mode, Contrast 60 = 100nits peak brightness aka Filmmaker Mode, Panel Brightness Medium
Gamma 2.2 or 2.4, Gamma settings: 10% -30, 20% -15, 30% -5, 80% +3