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No red when the TV is turned on, there is no red present but when you turn it off, there is a circle of red, blue, and green in the center of the screen as it is being turned off. Could this be a video driver problem and if so, where is it? Thanks

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There're video guns. Red, Blue, and Green. Sounds like they maybe going bad and need replacing. The red is already going out. Could be about $200 or more to fix.

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