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Put a magnet too close to it and the colour has changed

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A speaker will do the same thing

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You need to have the set degaussed. You can purchase a degaussing coil from many electronics parts suppliers, like MCM electronics. If you get one, post and I will try to describe how to use it properly. It's very easy to show someone how to degauss properly but kind of hard to describe.

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I assumed young son had turned off tv as we were going out. When hubby tirned tv on that night, colour is sort of monotone with colour highlights. Has he changed settings? (I've tried fixing thru the...


Yea I would say so.. simple coincidence.. Ok... Hmm maybe the set needs to be De-gaussed.. has anyone had any Magnets near it lately? If so get a De-gaussing wand and run it over the screen

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