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Problem with Philips 32PW6324

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by nickit, Dec 17, 2001.

  1. nickit

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    I have had a Philips PW326324 TV for 2 years now. The problem I have is when the screen changes from mainly black to bright whites, ie explosions, (rocket launcher in Ronin) or just toothpaste ad's - 2 red blocks appear momentarily, looking like two uneven stacks of lego. Any idea what could cause this?
     
  2. greeny

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    Sounds like a digital artifact.

    Is this evident on terestial broadcasts or are you using Digital TV.

    If you see this whilst watching normal analogue TV (or videos) it could be due to 100Hz processing on the TV. I don't know this model but you could try playing with the 100Hz modes, They wil be called something like natual motion and should be selectable.
     
  3. nickit

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    Happens on all picture sources. The TV isnt 100hz model, I wondered if it was a power supply problem?
     
  4. greeny

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    Sorry, I've no other Idea's. I haven't experienced this type of thing on no digital sets/modes/sources.
     

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