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Color went to grayish green, dull picture.

The color on my HLN467W Samsung went to a grayish green "especially in flesh tones". Picture is still very sharp other than color. Also, I don't have any led's that remain lit after the lamp comes on, should I ? The set is 4 years old and had warranty issues in the beginning so they replaced a major part already that was causing the set to re-fire the lamp over and over, but never come on. I have never replaced the lamp, could this affect the color ? I hate to spend $140 bucks on a lamp and not fix the problem. Thanks, Marty.

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It ended up being one of the connectors on the composite cable. I did not know that the different colors came through separate cables. I do now, Thanks.

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