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Faulty TV ( CRT type)Television blue hayse over the picture on digital

Freeview digital picture has a blue hayse over the picture. When switched to anologue the picture is working OK. Has anyone any idea what component may cause this fault

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Hi there
the blue haze is probably down to the scart lead ( it splits the r.g.b. signal) try getting a scart lead that is 'wired to all pins', you can tell by looking at the scart plug, if it is full of pins it is normaly o.k
if it is missing some pins i.e. there are spaces which look like there should have pins there, then try my suggestion.
hope it helps

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