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I am having problems using the raster calculator. Some pixels of my GeoTIFF file have the value 255 on bands 1, 2 and 3. I want to replace this value with 0 on the three bands.

I tried with this formula but it does not look good:
("test@1" != 255)+("test@2" != 255)+("test@3" != 255) * "test"

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Instead of using the raster calculator you could reclassify your raster bands. This tread lists a few options: How to reclass a raster with reclassify grid values in QGIS?

Inside QGIS you can use the GRASS module r.reclass. Reclassifying rules have to be specified in a text file or directly. I am not sure if this works directly for all bands or if you have to process each band separately.

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You can't do it with raster calculator at once. Each layer needs to be converted first and then, you can stack them. Use:

("test@1" != 255)*"test@1"

Cause:

If "test@1" != 255 value is 1 in result and "test@1" = 255 value is 0 in result

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