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Best picture is nothing but the picture which is comfortable to your eyes and pleases you to watch. You can either select a suitable picture mode like standard, dynamic or vivid or you can set the color, contrast, brightness and sharpness according to your liking.
frist you need to check the fuse it is inside of tv by the power cord looks like this maybe a Panasonic tv did notsee any model number so i will gess as to what is wrong check fuse if blown need to replace with a white glass looking fuse of same value like i said dont know what model number this set is but the thermister could be at falt for the fuse to blow.
you know it sounds like the same problem i had....
look this is something you can try.... "turn the tv off and unplugg it!!!"...you'll need to take out the lower front part of the tv......(where the speakers are to be exact) on each lower end you will find 2 screws..Be careful it will open to the side and there are many wires, i suggest you mark them to know where to put them back...then right in the middle there will be a black cover with about 5 screws..take them out....and look at the very bottom you'll see a thing with 6 pegs....the top ones are for the screen "DO NOT TOUCH THEM"...the ones on the bottom are for the colors...re adjust them...the left one it's for blue, the middle one it's for green and the last one it's for red...
I had the same problem after i moved....and after i re adjust that the tv looks super...
i hope that helps..:P