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A "green" outline that appears on bright or white objects, especially if sunlit.

Hi, My 6-year old Mits. WS-55807 has been a good performer...really have had NO major technical issues with the set (I have some burn-in as the result of my ignorance in the early years about static images being left on the set too long). The 1080i hi-def is sharp and clear (Comcast DVR) but there are two things I'd like to ask about: 1) I don't seem to be able to crank up the Contrast like I used to, although what I do get is quite acceptable, but there are times I'd like a bit more (especially when viewing a DVD) but it seems to be giving me about as much as it can (note: I do not maintain the Contrast at peak level just because I know it's not good for the set but admittedly, was not always this careful right after purchasing the set). 2) About a year ago I noticed a "green" shadow that appears next to an image (usually but not always on the right side), a good example would be the lines on a Tennis Court or on a road (especially if sunlit)as if a green highlighter was used to paint a green shadow, they will have a distracting green line right next to (paralleling) the white line. I also see this green effect when there is a "window" in the picture (say being viewed from "inside" a room with bright sunlight outside). I find I can reduce this green shadow by reducing the Contrast, but then I'm getting a "flat" picture that is not pleasing to watch. Any ideas? Thanks Telstar Beaverton, Oregon

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Your tv needs to have a convergence circuit rebuild job

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