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Weird display fault with Sony 28fx68

Discussion in 'TVs' started by rupbert, Jul 31, 2004.

  1. rupbert

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    Hey guys, owned the fx68 for around 6 months now, and its picture has been flawless...

    However in the last week I have noticed a weird shape on the very top-left of the screen.

    To describe it would be one half of an arch (the left side) creating a perfect 'bridge' in the corner. It's transparent white, only really noticable on light backgrounds...

    Imagine a circle in a square, each side of the circle meeting the side of the square. Then think of the shape in each corner, like a rounded triangle :)

    Any ideas?

    Here is how it looks:

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  2. huwg

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    I've got that on mine as well
     
  3. Rostron

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    I Have a similar problem with my 28DX200....
    Only visible on light backgrounds.
    It also appears to be in all corners, as if there is an elipse
    Just like a watermark....
    Is it something to do with the digital porocessing or is it a widescreen
    querk.
    I have called out engineer, but I dont hold out much hope of him fixing it. :mad:
     

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