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the problem you are having is the colour wheel. it spins to correct the colour on the screen when it fails you get wrong colours and flicker... the motor on it fails after time. and will need replacing.
Check the video output card for any loose soldering, or component damage. Absence of Green color is the problem. Visit the site named 'Electro-help' for
more details. Click this link. View it in
"Timeslide" option, which can be selected from the drop down box
menu by the [Sidebar] tag, at the top left corner of the display
window. It will make search easy. There
are more than 1000 posts to different brand TVs now. Pull up older posts there.
it may just be your tv. some tv's have that type of problem sometimes. actually, i wouldnt say its a problem, just a lack of effort in the makers of your tv. if you dont mind the problem, just dont worry about it. if it just drives you crazy, get a new tv.
You can set these controls to your liking, though a lower brightness setting might increase the life of the screen. First, set the brightness and contrast to a level that is pleasing to the eyes, then adjust the color to look realistic - enough color without being disturbing. If faces area look greenish or purplish, then also adjust the tint (sometimes called Hue) until you get accurate flesh tone. Flesh tone is the best thing to adjust for; when you get good flesh tone, the rest of the picture will look great. ALWAYS make adjustments during a live news broadcast, which tends to have the most accurate balance of brightness, contrast, color level and hue. Note that commercials are all recorded in different studios with different settings, and will usually not look right - it's best to just live with this than to constantly readjust the TV. There are also DVD's available which walk you through proper TV adjustment.