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Weird colors okay, so my tv is projecting some weird colors. the picture is barely coming thorough and all the colors have been replaced with bright orange, green and pink. anyone have any ideas what that may be?

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  • traveldawg Feb 11, 2009

    I unplugged my tv due to a severe lightning storm and when I plugged it back in the picture was full of all these weird colored lines and I can't even make out the picture. Plus the remote is delayed and it seems to go on and off by itself. Like it's trying to reset or something.

  • rahulbachan May 15, 2009

    my projection tv when on comes with all colours and had double image ,plz help.

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I can help you with your issue ,
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I tech will charge you over $350 to replace a board.
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