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Hi. I have a philips plasma (50PF7521D). How do i adjust the colours seperatley (red too high, green too low)? Thanks.

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You have to adjust the colors in the menu manually. It can be done but look at the manual online if you need help finding where in the tv menu the color adjustments are located. Best of luck and yes, you can adjust them manually and not use a preset scheme.

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