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bill456

request help with screen bleed

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I now have an issue with what appears to be back light screen bleeding from the bottom corners of my screen on a  49UF6900, particularly when the video is light. Would anyone having experienced bleed on their screen have a solution or does it need a tech to resolve/repair?

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