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I have an LG 42LK450 which I use only for gaming. At the corners and at the very bottom it appears the back light shows through. If I shift slightly the angle I am looking at the screen and it goes away. Meaning it will always be black when directly looking at the screen and there will be a slight discoloration or brighter area where I am not looking directly at it. If I sit further than 4 feet away it goes away, also when I have it on in complete darkness with the LG screen saver on it goes away. I also have an 32LD350 which has similar traits. Forgive my ignorance on this, I was just wondering if this is a normal trait of LCD screens?
 

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Yes. It's called bleeding, flashlighting, clouding, etc. Search for those terms in the forum and you'll find hundreds of posts.


I believe it's more prevalent in edge-lit LED displays than it was in older CCFL displays or than it is in full-array LED displays.
 
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