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My lg tv/monitor dm2352 has tiny black dots like the distance between the pixels is visible when the image is bright. Should I RTM?

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I have the same model and went to the www.lge.com support site and did a "chat" explained the same issue as you ... in dark areas, there are many red pixels ... 2 days later an LG tech came to the house and told me that is the result of multiple dead pixels and a "misfire" in the chip board. He said that LG had a zero tolerance policy and he would replace all parts inside or replace the TV if parts are not available. Very nice gentlemen and very nice chat support. I would do the same if I were you, which is exactly what I did.

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i would say try the ysus board ot the control board this usally cures it

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