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Green picture I have a 68' Samsung DLP Tv and all of the sudden everything that is supposed to be blue or shades of blue now shows up as green and shades of green. What can I do to fix this problem? Thank you for your help!

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I have the same problem, the service people indicated this a manufacturer problem, they are not calling it a recall, but requires up graded parts which could take 30 days or more to receive. He said if they do not receive the parts in 30 days they might replace the TV. My TV is a Samsung DLP 61 inch

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