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Red, green, blue spots rear projection tv

I have multi colored spots what do i do?

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  • Wharton05 Apr 03, 2009

    i just replaced the bulb 10 min ago, have the same problem. and still says i need to replace the bulb. WTF!

  • spqr163
    spqr163 May 11, 2010

    when was the last time you changed the bulb? cause it sounds like you need a new one..

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Contact Panasonic to have this corrected. They will pay for it even if it is out of warranty. I contacted a local repair shop first and they wanted $255 to fix it in their shop. I called panasonic and they scheduled the same shop to come to my home and fix it in about 20 minutes. Way to go Panasonic.

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It is a technical issue that only be solved by calling in a repair agent. The internal coing must be reset using an external disc which re-copies over good coding back itno the TV. If you still have warranty this will be covered....good luck

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