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Hi, what you do is unscrew and take off the grill, take off the black board behind it. You will see a little box for adjusting RGB you will adjust the screen rgb to get the tint to go away and have a perfect color then you will adjust the focus for sharpness. (reset the tv to factory settings before doing this so that your tint, color, brightness and everything else is in the middle.

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