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I have a 5-6 year old Sony Bravia Rear Projection LED TV. It has developed a yellow color on the screen with the exception of a small spot in the middle. What may be the cause of this, and any ideas on cost to repair.

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IF you have tried replacing the rear projection bulb and you are still having an issue then the TV's panel is most likely burning out.

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The N64 can be hooked up with either composite cables (RCA cables: red, white and yellow. These came with the N64) or the S-Video cables (purchased separately from system, s-video, white and red)

The N64 won't ruin the Bravia at all. It will just output in 480i, and the TV will have to upconvert it. No big deal.

As for which plug in to use, use the AV input that matches the composite setup (the input that has red, and white audio inputs, and a yellow video input). If you have an S-video cable for it, then match it to the s-video input on the tv. Most Bravias I've seen have 1 RCA (composite) inputs on the backside and 1 on the side input.

The color of the inputs on the TV should match the color of the cables that plug into them.


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