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Flickering picture and color smear

The tv picture has a blue flash in the background like someone on the set of the show is taking pictures. Also the faces of people look smeared and red colors look like lava or a smear. Is this something I can fix on my own and where can I get the parts? 800.00 dollars and a new color wheel. Toshiba will not stand behind my TV and it was reported before the warranty was out of date. Sears repairman says their hands are tied. This TV sold for over 3,000 dollars and wasn't 2 years old. My repairman said it was an old market item when sold and that if I tried to sell it I would not get 800 for it. So the answer is.....trash it.

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