Originally Posted by Futzy
The yellowing issue has been sorted by others, it is a result of the bezel pinching the panel, and usually happens during shipping. If you open it up and put it back together the issue should disappear.
Originally Posted by ameer
I tried it
didn't disappear, but reduced to an acceptable level
Maybe I need to open the panel itself? << afraid of something goes wrong
I don't have any idea why the yellow tint issue appears itself every time in different ways, I mean somebody can see it on the bottom line only, another person - in the central area of a screen, somebody else will never see that kind of problem. I sold my catleap because of it has, among other things, a huge yellow tint: http://limepic.com/img/yQsRM.jpg
All I know that it might be connected somehow with focus of lens of the backlight and the fact that all these Korean displays have no pwm controller on board.
Just a curious pic:
Do you see the yellow areas between the beams? Now you can understand the nature of this issue. The white leds can produce a yellow hue in some areas in certain circumstances. The absence of PWN controller increases the chances of seeing it, especially when the brightness is set low. Set the brightness to the maximum level and I guess you will not see any yellow area or they will be hardly visible.Edited by urliam - 5/14/12 at 12:38pm