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Green shadowing My TV is 18months old and I am getting Green shadowing/Pixeling in my picture. It is in many different areas. Please HELP...... Thank you

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  • mike mcdermott Jun 18, 2007

    The Green pixeling does not cover a large part of the screen. Green pixels are displayed approx 3% of the screen and many times it will be fine. Sorry if I am not giving a good description bt I am trying. thanks



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If your tv is on warranty take it back to the supplier .if the warranty has expired then you will have to look at the convergence board it needs to be adjusted or replaced.also if you have speakers around your tv move them, that too can cause the green color problem.good luck my friend.

Posted on Jun 16, 2007

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    Henry Thomas Jun 18, 2007

    my friend my best solution for your problem is to have a tech make checks on your tv have him go through the video amplifier and the color modulator it could be a transistor or ic causing your problem.i though that the green was all over the did not mention if the green pixels is on all the channel you switch to.good luck.


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Sounds to me like the video board is bad. If it covers a good portion of the screen it is likely not the panel itself and rather something to do with the processing.

Posted on Jun 15, 2007

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    Benjamin Madison Jun 18, 2007

    Considering the unit is a plasma it is either the plasma panel or the video processor. And since it is intermittent I would go after the video processing first.

    Most of the plasmas are not really component replaceable.

    I don't have a manual on your unit but my guess is the signal board is bad. Replacement cost is about $220.00.

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    Benjamin Madison Jun 18, 2007

    BTW - the part number for that board is 75004993. If you've got a Y-Sus board issue they are only available with the entire display and that will run you about $2200.00.



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