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Colour diffusion Hi The colours have seperated into primary colours in a circle. Can you tell me what this might be, if it's solveable and tips on how to solve it. The TV is only a year and a half old. I've tried the colour program setting and turning it off at the mains etc. Thanking you in antcipation. Nemi

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Re: Colour diffusion

Sounds like the picture tube has got itself magnetised. Can be caused by a external magnetic field, maybe the set is too close to a central heating radiator, or you've got too near the set with a vacuum cleaner. Usual cause is a dry jointed degauss element in the TV, should be visible after you've removed the circuit board and had a close look underneath. Just scrape the pins, sometimes two, sometimes three and resolder them to the board. DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS YOURSELF IF YOU ARE NOT FAMILIAR WITH TELEVISIONS AND THE ELECTRIC CHARGE THEY HOLD FOR AGES EVEN IF THEY ARE ISOLATED FROM THE MAINS!!

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