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Pixeled picture, Red color, blurry and smeared images

All the sudden the picture is grainey, red pixel, blurry images and when the image moves a white hue is around it. We tried to reset, by unplugging, but it isn't any better. there are lines running up and down too. ugh. is there another reset button? thanks in advance for help, we need it. the tv isn't that old. Also, thought maybe it was cable - tried a dvd and same issues.

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Ghost image and snowy colorful pixelation with vertical black bars? You can try a hard reset by unplugging the unit completely for 4 hours. However you may have a prob with the YSUS and the YBU-L (YBuffer Upper-Lower.) Perhaps even the Logic Main may be defective. If you are still under warranty take it to a service center ASAP. If not Get out your Voltometer. You can email me for some help...

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