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Toshiba 46WM48P White flash problem?

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Delboy, May 23, 2005.

  1. Delboy

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    Hi all, been a while, but been happy with the set, up till now...OK, anyone else had like a white flash while watching on any input on the screen? All i can descibe it as is like someones taking a photo with a flash every so often. Get this if its on the PC input, HDMI, or scat/sky...

    any ideas?

    Thks in advance

    Del
     
  2. LV426

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    Delboy - please read the instructions before you start your next thread. Ta.

    Tosh >>> Toshiba.

    It would be better still if the full model code were quoted, but as I don't know it, I can't alter it.
     
  3. Delboy

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    Lo,

    Didnt know how to spell Toshiba tbh as my brain was dead, sorry if i upset you in anyway...

    And its a 46WM48P model if you want to change it, but i didnt put all of it in as i thought it would make the thread title a little big.....

    Will do as you say as you are a mod :thumbsup:

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    Changed, thanks.

    No you haven't upset me. There are very valid reasons for this request, of benefit to you as well as others, which are given in the instructions themselves. Press the "new thread" button if you want to see more explanation.
     

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