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Picture is very yellow

Samsung PCJ522R its an old TV but i have not had any problems but here recently the pictures color has gotten very bad. The picture now is yellow and the other colors are not very bright. I have tried to adjust the color but it doesnt help. SHould i just trash it and get a new one. I really dont have the cash and would like to make this one last about another 8 months so i can pay cash for a new one.

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  • benwest76 Apr 23, 2009

    thanks for the help i will check with a tec in my area.

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If this is an old 52 projection with bad color your oil in the tubes may need to be changed, focus & screen can be adjusted to improve picture. Changing oil is something a tech defintly has to do. Call a local tech & get pricing. Then u can weigh your options. Also tubes may be weak. If they need to be changed probably won't be worth it.

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