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Why is my sony bravia doing this?

There are little black patches flickering on the screen and it has never happend before. I am a hardcore gamer and its ruined for me please help

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Re: patches

If you use the TV as a monitor for a PC, PS/2 or such, try another cable and monitor or another device to play on to see what needs repair.

If you play on the TV itself, try resetting to factory conditions. If that doesn't help, it needs repair.

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Yea

I play a ps4 pro on it. Its a 2016 model 4k sony bravia. The thing is I am just noticing it in a certain game. What is weird also is that its in only 2 rooms of the game. Thanks though

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Only 2 rooms of a game?

That does not sound like hardware but a game issue.

Back to that game's support forum to report the buggy thing.

In parting, some games let you check the installed game integrity such as STEAM. I am not their support so be sure to ask in the game's support forums.

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Hey

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To post your clip.

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Sounds like a hardware issue.

I can't see what you see but it sounds like hardware so as Kees noted you have to test with other parts to find out where the issue is.

Also noteworthy are the times I've found the gamer has set some settings that just won't work with their gear. Try the game and card settings as stock as can be.

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