Plasma Burn in question

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  1. NickCat11

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    Hello,

    I recently bought a plasma about a week ago. I have used it for about 35-40 hours. I recently just learned about burn in and how I should lower the contrast and brightness of my tv. I just reduced those levels. Is it possible that I did any damage to my unit (burn in or anything else) by having those levels maximized like they were from the factory settings? Thanks in advance.

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    no, you would have seen it already mate. There is a lot of info in the FAQ about burn in and settings...what plasma do you have?
     
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    Thanks for the quick reply. I have the Toshiba 42HP95. Thats good to know, I thought maybe I increased my chances of getting burn-in in the future because I did not lower the contrast and brightness settings. Thanks

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    you'll be fine mate
     

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