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Green tint I have a Sanyo 42" Plasma TV. Every so often the screen gets a green tint to it. Sometimes a lot of green and sometimes less green. Use the White screen and shut off for a few seconds usually helped but now it happens more frequent. Any answers?

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It sounds like the color wheel has gone bad and needs to be replaced. This is located behind the back panel... replacing a new colour wheel will solve ur problem

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