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Blue hue accross bottom of screen - Sony KF-50WE610

I've had my Sony KF-50WE610 since July, 2004; replaced the lamp about 6 months ago; but over the last month, a blue tint appeared at the bottom of the screen - started in the middle - now goes accross the entire screen, about 2-3 inches from the bottom down. Any suggestions?

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You can try doing this, turn on the Tv and select the service menu, if that tint also shows on the menu, it's most probable to be your DMD board, but if it doesn't it might be the video board..

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