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hi can anyone tell me about a sony bravia shadow onscreen

by allanwinchester / February 20, 2013 7:06 AM PST

hi can anyone tell me about a 42 inch kdl sony bravia with a shadow on the screen it looks almost like a burn mark on the inside of the screen ? its a led screen and not that old i think one of the kids washed the chocolate finger prints off it before i got home there are no scratches on the screen the shadow gets a bit darker when tvs on for 1 hour but gets no worse after 1 hour have the little darlings wrecked it can anyone say the name of the problem and what would it need or is it a throw away

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No age given.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 20, 2013 7:20 AM PST

I've seen something like that on old as well as bruised screens. Consumers are a little upset about how these new sets are not lasting as long as the old CRT units but how about a picture? And about repair. Get an estimate.

http://www.ehow.com/info_8622312_pressure-damage-lcd-screen.html is the tip of the ice berg about this sort of damage.

You bring up a good topic or question. Should the makers have stuck with designs that could withstand as much pressure as the old sets?
Bob

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many thanks i thought that was the case
by allanwinchester / February 20, 2013 5:20 PM PST
In reply to: No age given.

many thanks i thought that was the case just wanted to confirm my thoughts were correct

any one want tc have a few kids GGGRRR

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