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Colors have a blue-green tint

I have a Mitsubishi DLP TV that is just over a year old. In the last week, I've noticed some fading of the colors. The whites are a bluish green. I've readjusted the PERFECT COLOR back to the factory settings, but still no luck. Does anyone have a suggestion as to what may be wrong?

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Is the TV still "bright"? If so, then you may need to do manual color settings (via setup). Lamp may be going out too..or dirty. In dirty area? Then the mirrors (behind and below the main front screen) may be dirty or contaminated. Removal of Front Screen, not just the protective plastic, and cleaning all mirrors may be necessary.

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Try this first:

Press: MENU, 2, 4, 7, 0, ENTER

This will factory reset your tv. Be aware, this will erase any NetCommand or user-created features you have set up on the tv.

Check your results.

If you don't see a change, begin to suspect either the lamp, color wheel or light engine.

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