Samsung UE32F6800 Dynamic Contrast refuses to stay "off"

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    I've just taken delivery of a Samsung UE32F6800 TV, but with "Dymanic Contrast" set to the default "Medium" setting, all the light areas of the picture are bleached-out, and the picture looks awful. If I set "Dynamic Contrast" off, the picture improves dramatically, but as soon as I select a different input, it switches back to "Medium" again, resulting in bleached-out pictures and I have to rummage through the menus to turn it off again.
    The set seems to remember all the other settings, but the Dynamic Contrast setting refuses to stick.

    Is it possible to permanently turn off Dynamic Contrast for all sources on these sets?
     

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