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3dtv developed strange new crosstalk issue

I have a Samsung UN65H8000. Software is up to date (version 1300). I didn't plan on using 3d prior to buying it but have really been enjoying it this last year and half. Primary use = stereoscopic PC gaming. Secondary usage = 3d Blu Rays.

Just in the last few days the TV has developed an interesting issue. The crosstalk has grown much worse, but just at the very bottom of the screen. The other eye's ghost image is about 50% visible in that area of the screen, which is enough for eyes to not resolve depth properly. It fades over a few inches upwards to around 10% ghost for the rest of the screen which is what it's always been.

Tested with 3 pairs of 3d glasses. Tested with 3 different sources. Attached is a pic showing the issue (taken through a 3d glasses lens).

Any ideas? I can't think of anything other than the TV having a physical problem. I'm out of my warranty.
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if it's crosstalk, check if it's the sync.

It's more likely that if it's active 3D, the batteries are flat, or the sync is out, i.e. if it's IR, the sensor is covered up.

you can check crosstalk directly with youtube, i.e.
and set your screen for 3D and SBS.
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