Images that May Lead to Image Burn-In on Dell Plasma TV Units
To help avoid image burn-in, it is best to avoid leaving stationary images on your TV for extended periods of time.
Examples of stationary images that may lead to burn-in include:
Black bars such as those used in 4:3 or Widescreen mode
TV channel logos
Stock market or news tickers
Shopping channel pricing display
Static computer images
Static video game images
Closed captioning backgrounds
Reversing Image Retention on the Dell Plasma TV by Using the Conditioning Option
|Prior to using the Plasma Conditioning feature included with your Dell plasma TV, it is important to consider the following: |
To use the Plasma Conditioning feature, perform the following steps:
Attempt to change the darkness on the borders from within the source device menu
To reduce the possiblity of image retention, or burn-in, from the black borders on the left and right side of the TV, try adjusting the border darkness. Source devices such as cable boxes may have this option. Refer to the manufacturer of the source device for instructions.
|NOTE:||For more information on possible source devices, refer to the Dell Knowledge Base Article: "What source devices can I connect to my Dell TV and what ports do I use to connect them to" Article ID: 292355.|
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Article ID: SLN79209
Last Date Modified: 04/05/2016 03:28 PM
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