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While this appears to be a non-USA set.
You need to be very careful about the video sources. I'm seeing this effect on highly compressed video and folk are blaming that on the display.
As a test I hook up my laptop and try a color test.
picture of the problem
So it looks good on the laptop?
no. also dvds appear to have the same affect.
Which is why I use a laptop.
It sidesteps an issue with some settings on source material. If the display is that bad with the laptop then I have to call for service if a reset doesn't help.
PS. I can't find the manual.
This appears to be a non-USA model so if you want me to look for the reset option, you'll have to supply a link to the product manual if you can't find the reset in the user manual.
Thanks bob. Have you seen this effect on any LCD screens before?
Yes and why I do the laptop test.
Given so many causes by the source I carry a netbook with VGA and HDMI just for this test.