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Pink and jumpy

The color on my tv is pink! Also, it jumps between regular tv and video 1. I almost ruptured my spleen getting this big sucker in place for my viewing pleasure those many years ago. I don't look forward to moving it to make room for a new tv, so any help would be great. And yes, it took 3 adults and dog-gone near a fist fight to get this tv in the house...can i get a whut-whut! ha, ha

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Re: Pink and jumpy

The reason the picture is pink is most likely the picture tube, and that's what weighs so freaking much,is going out on this set. The specs on the tube have changed, but all may not be lost. The set maybe able to be adjusted, but this is a thing that only a trained service tech should attempt. This will involve going into the service menu and realigning the RGB drives and RGB cutoffs for the tube. If the tube is really bad, the alignment will not work. If you wanted to attempt this alignment yourself, make sure you have the service manual and understand the full procedure before you start, as once you start your be committed to the alignment. This set is worth at least a service call as if the tech can adjust the set, you should get some extras time out of it. Good Luck

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