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Negative effect My tv has the negative effect going on. DO you know how to get rid of this problem????????????

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Re: Negative effect

Have a professional check it out. Sounds like the video card or processor.

Posted on Sep 21, 2006

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Re: Negative effect

Sounds like a problem in the video processor circuit or the AGC circuits. Not a repair job for the unexperienced.

Posted on Sep 13, 2006

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