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PICTURE TURNED PINKISH FOR A COUPLE OF MINUTES. i TURNED SET OFF FOR A FEW MINUTES. WHEN I TURNED IT BACK ON PICTURE COLOR WAS NORMAL BUT THE HD IS NOT CONSTENTLY CLEAR- SOLIDS ARE NOW FUZZY

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This seems some lose connections or cold solder joints in TV.
Please mention tv model and brand to help you out.

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