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Yellow screen my screen has yellow on both sides moving towards the center.can you help me?

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First check  whether  is there any thing of metal type  near by ur TV
 and also  check any magnet like speakers ,woofers , type thing .  keep ur TV out of metal things .

if still not gone,then  replace  PTC  spare part inside ur TV mother board.

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