Question about Sharp Aquos LC-37G4U 37 in. HD-Ready LCD Television

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Picture is green and fuzzy in shaded areas

My television has started to have screen problems, in the areas that should be dark the screen is green, I left the television on for a while to see if this effect would fade but it has remained there. On looking at the operating manual under trouble shooting its says:Strange colour, light colour, or dark, or colour misalignment------I have tried to do as it says, Adjust picture tone, checked the colour system setting and checked the HDMI Setup setting, but nothing changes this problem, can anyone tell me why it is doing this?

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  • k_boots97193 Jan 06, 2009

    My sharp aquos 37 inch also has color problems. It seems that in the areas where there is color transition it just turns green. Repairman said there was no schematic for my model put out by sharp. Looking for solution or good deal. k_boots971934@yahoo.com

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I have only see this issue caused by either a defective main bd. or a defective A/V bd. I am sorry but both would require a new bd and no simple repair exists.

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