When my TX-P3064W warm up the set starts to change color tempature. It has started now that it is warmer in the house due to weather (above 70). It does it with HD RGB feed and S-video. The TV is around 2 years old and cost aroung $800. It was made in December of 2004. Will it be worth fixing?
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The screen colors are all derived from three distinct colors. Red, Blue and Green. The colors can change due to a few problems. The purity or converge could have been disturbed due to magnetic interference, one or two of the color amplifiers have stopped working or the picture tube has failed. Color problems can be as easy as circling a high magnetic field coil in front of the set, known as 'degaussing' or extremely technical, frustrating and then hence expensive.
This problem could be caused by 1- a bad or dryed out capacitor, 2- a bad video jungle IC, or 3- problem in the eeprom circuit. Its not a repair a consumer can do without the proper equipment and parts. Your going to have to take the set into a repair shop to be diagnoised. Good Luck