Question about Televison & Video
Are you using component cables into the TV? It sounds like one of the 3 video cables may have come out saturating the red colors. Check your cabling int he back of the TV, see if you remove 1 by one if that changes the colors. Each cable on its own should have a picture with either red green or blue colors. If any of them are missing the picture then the colors will get messed up when all 3 are plugged in. If you are not using component cables then check the color settings on your TV. Somewhere int he menu of the television you should have something like picture display settings that let you adjust the colors. Check and make sure that the reds are not over configured or the others are not set too low. You may also want to check that your source is proper as well. Check that other sources look okay or if it is with all different connectors/sources that the issue occurs on.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i dont know about the overheating problem, but as far as the red tint goes, it you go to the picture setting within the menu and reset it to default, it should take care of that.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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