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Sony kf50we610 hd pink stripes

While watching TV the screen goes pink with a blue line up the middle and dark pink verticle lines on the right. The left side is solid pink.

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That's a good one!

If you're using component video cables, make sure they are good and tight. If it's composite video or S-video inputs, you will likely need service.

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