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4.0 out of 5 stars Mickey "lifeline" image burned on tv screen-help!, November 25, 2012
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My daughters love this game but we noticed Mickeys lifeline clock in the upper left hand corner is burned onto our plasma screen, we see it when we watch movies. Is there a way of removing it while playing the game? Thanks!
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Initial post: Dec 8, 2012 8:12:45 AM PST
No there is not. This is not a fault of the game but the plasma television. Plasma televisions are not ideal for gaming for this very reason. Any image stuck on the screen (even black bars on movies and tv) will "burn" a ghost image onto the screen. Depending on the quality of your television and the gaming time, this should disappear with time. You may also review your television's user's manual to see if it has a feature to help remove the "burned" image. Some words of advice: get used to having Mickey's ghost haunt the corner of your screen... or play on a different television... or replace your current Plasma with an LCD/LED. Amazon sells just about every brand. I bought my 46" Samsung Plasma here some time ago and it arrived with absolutely no problems whatsoever. You can always count on Amazon.com. Happy gaming/shopping!

Posted on Dec 9, 2012 4:03:11 AM PST
EmoFunk says:
My plasma has a clean feature buried in the menu... Check your owners manual for the tv.
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