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Question Regarding White-ish Tinges on Screen LN46C670M1FXZA

by PirateParrots / May 30, 2010 2:07 PM PDT

Hi -- I've got a week old Samsung LN46C670M1FXZA.

So far---very pleased...however, am noticing tonight that there are areas on the screen where there's a dull white coloration when that area should be black. It is definitely black---but, there is a softball size patch of noticeable whiteness. It's in the lower left hand corner and around parts of the bottom and top edges. Not sure if that makes sense...but was curious if anyone knew if this was or problem or if this is normal with LCDs.

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Question Regarding White-ish Tinges on Screen LN46C670M1FXZA
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / June 1, 2010 10:28 AM PDT

PirateParrots,

Sorry for the delay in the response.

In most cases, this is defined as screen uniformity, which is inherent on any LCD panel. It's considered normal in most cases. If you feel it's excessive, you could try to check out a local retailer to see if it's better or worse on the store's panel to get a feeling if yours is normal in comparison.

If it's not, you can work with your retailer. Unfortunately, it's not something that can be "fixed" in most cases.

--HDTech

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