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I've had my 32 inch Insignia plasma tv for a month now and the screen started showing pink and yellow colors, while i am watching tv. Why is it doing that?? Is this brand/model a defective one??

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  • bmarek734 Mar 12, 2009

    Picture has gone a little bit fuzzy and there are yellow lines going down the center, sometimes they are purple. However they only really show up on a white or light colored background. What exactly can i do about it?

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Your set was made by LG and probably was assembled in China. Unfortunately, LG's track record isn't very good from what I have seen just from this site and have seen negative comments elsewhere. If you purchased it new, I would be looking for the nearest 'authorized' service center.

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