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Our T.V. has highligths of red and green

The highligths are mostly on the right side of the screen and some on the left. The middle of the screen is fine. The highligths are mostly red and green, and sometimes are orange. This came on suddenly, and has been on for about 2 days.

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From your description you'll need to have the convergence amps replaced.
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Posted on Nov 13, 2008

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