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Old toshiba Hi, my name is Veronica, I have a five year old toshiba 58 inch projection TV and suddenly when I turned it on today the colors are all askew. The yellow goes halfway up the screen and the blue is curved towards the middle. My e-mail is veronica.crecelius@gmail.com

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Hi Veronica,
I need to know exact model number of your Toshiba TV to help you out.
You can find it at back of TV on some kind of sticker.

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