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Colored Circles Okay, first of all, this is for a Palsonic 6830 GY, but I couldn't find the exact product and didn't find out how to post a completely new one. The Problem that we have is that after turning the unit of with the main switch on the unit, and turning it back on about 30 minutes later, I had rings of coulor on my screen. There is a red circle in the centre, taking up about 50% of the screen, this cirle is followed by a green ring around it taking up nearly the rest of the screen, with the edges of a blue circle just coming in on the edges. The picture from any input is still diplayed, but it is as if you are watching everything in negative colors. The unit was not moved, shoved or anything prior to thios problem, which has left me a bit puzzled... Any help/suggestions welcome.

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Check the degassing circuit and replace the degassing relay, then use a degausing ring to bring the colors back to normal you should be ok. good possiblity a bad solder connection at the degausing circuit themister.

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