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I'm new here, so I hope I'm not being redundant, as I've posted this problem a min.ago. Sharp XM-2710 "Professional Series" (it says on the front of the set)suddenly got wierd tint problem, trying to adjust it under menu section does nothing. Looks REALLY toooo brite, reds and greens.

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