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Sony Trintron KV-36HS500 TV color distortion

The picture on the TV has some noticable distortions. There is a perminant reddish blotch in the lower right hand corner of the screen and a greenish blotch along the entire bottom.

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Sounds like the set is out of degausing, you will need someoen with a degausing coil to come and fix it. Should take all of 10 seconds and cost $100 or less. Let me know if you need more help.

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