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you may be able to remove the back cover and see if any connectors are loose or if the board is plugged in(if it plugs in). get a pencil and gently press each of the connectors that have plugs in the to see if they are loose..re-assemble the tv and try it...worse case is circuit board is cracked or solder connections bad
This sounds like some of the capacitors have burnt out! (does it stay in line then warm up and go out of line? or is it the other way around?) After 9 years there may be many more problems to come with this model TV Projection TVs have a much shorter life span then say a tube tv! (This could cost upwords of $700.00 to fix!)
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-Picture tube has become weak after long useage
-A fault with the automatic degauss circuit could be causing the color problems.
-The color drive circuits may be out of adjustment.
I don't have instructions for you on how to fix this, I would recommend you either buy premium assistance or contact
another expert with long tv experience to possibly get details
on how to correct this problem.
I would recommend you contact your dealer for repairs if you have warranty. If you don't have warranty it may be cheaper to ask around.
how badly is it bowed on both sides? if it is too much. ther is a fuse resistor that is gone bad near the coil in the east west section. you need to replace that. if it is not too much..you need to get into the service mode to fix that..good luck