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No color when turned on, after a while it color returns.

I have a Toshiba Model 32" cx32d60. For the last year or so when I turn the TV on it has faded out colors or reversed colors. Yellows and blues, but no red. After some time, now it seems hours, the color returns. Nice picture when it returns, but getting longer and longer before it returns. All else works fine.

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This is a cold solder joint in the signal section of the set. After it heats up, that problem area conducts better. Have an experienced electronic person reflow some solder on the board.

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