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Anyone knows what cause this?

Hubbabubba

Novice Member
Hi there forum
please can you tell me what this is?
 

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noiseboy72

Distinguished Member
That looks like light bleed from the LEDs behind the screen. Try turning your backlight settings down a little and it should be much less noticeable.
 

cuke2u

Well-known Member
What model and what settings?
 

JayCee

Distinguished Member
Probably this one.
 

cuke2u

Well-known Member
Have you tried massaging the screen, unfortunately though edge lit screens are quite susceptible to this but there has been occasions where the surround can apply pressure to the panels..
 

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