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Bush tv has a circle on screen like looking thru a telescope

Colours are yellow and purple with a big circle in the middle!

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  • andy953 Jan 10, 2009

    The colours are all mixed in a circular pattern on the screen fading from one to the other sort of like a kaleidoscope This on a Bush rf6685vpl model.
    This model has an automatic demagnetiser that should clear4 this problem after the tv has been turned off for 15 minutes.
    If it doesn't do this then the degaussing component has failed



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HELLO

Funnily enough I have been given a 21 inch standard Bush set with the same problem!

It's a DEGAUSSING fault. This means the deguss circuit in the TV is not operating as it should - probably a faulty positor. When you switch the TV on (NOT FROM STANDBY) the circuit that removes magnetism from the screen does not work correctly.

Switch it off, unplug the set from the mains for 30 minutes or so and try it again. If there is no change, contact a TV repair centre.

Make sure there are no hifi loudspeakers next to the TV or a radiator as this can have an effect too.

ALL THE BEST! (:-)

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

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