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Philips 32pf9986 Pixel Failure Question

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by pitman77, Feb 16, 2005.

  1. pitman77

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    Just got my replacement 32PF9986 yesterday to find again a pixel fault, this time it is just one the previous set had a few.

    I'm trying to establish if I'm having some bad luck here or the 32pf9986 is prone to pixel faults, as the few sets I've seen have been perfect.

    All of you guys out there with 32PF9986's could you let me know if your set are perfect or have pixel faults.
     
  2. Rob1698

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    My 32PF9986 has zero defects
     
  3. chunkymunky

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    Mine is fine too.
     
  4. pitman77

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    Thanks for the replys guys I see all your kit is fine, have any more of you had any faulty units.
     
  5. Sherman33

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    Just got my PF9976.

    How can I tell if there is pixel failure/faults?
     
  6. aphextwin

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    Sherman33, I am looking at getting this Model. Can you post a good review of your thoughts on the PQ, what you think of PP1 and so on. Dead or stuck pixels will be noticable as they will be permanently stuck on one colour, red or white stand out. You can see them best on a black screen.
     
  7. Rob1698

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    Display a black screen and make sure there are no bright pixels.
    Also, but less important, display a white, red, green or blue screen and check if there are no black pixels.
     

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