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Picture is sepia like(just terrible)

I tried a dvd and it has the same sepia like picture.

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This can be caused by two things, the first thing to do is disconnect the LVDS cable from going from mainboard to T-Con board the small board in the top middle of tv with a metal plate over it.
Clean the contacts of the cable and reattached the cable.
If picture still the same the T-Con board needs to be replaced.
In case of T-con Board replacement also check the power supply for bulging capacators because they can be the cause that the T-con board died.

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