Ghosting of the color guns, the last time this happened the parts were $1300, sadly the warranty has expired and quite frankly, I could buy a new TV for that...is it worth repairing or is there a way to fix it?
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Depending on the brand, it's likely that the color guns are out of alignment, or some of them are faulty. If bumping the TV has any affect on the picture, this is your problem. If the TV is a newer TV, this should be covered under warranty. If it is past warranty, the parts are available from the manufacturer. It's not "easy" to replace these parts, but it is doable. Good luck to you!
hi it looks to me the screen is on the way out or ur set need color addustment from a service centre call phillips and tell them about ur problem when i say call phillips i mean call the service centre u will find it in ur phone book
He may just be giving up too soon. Again, does this happen on every channel no matter what is plugged into it?
If replacing the cables doesnt help, try giving sony tech support a call and see what they suggest. It wouldnt hurt to get a professional opinion. Plus if your warrenty has expired and they offer to repair it at a cost, im sure it will cost less than a new 40" TV
Not sure what country you're in so go to the website below and choose your country then look for their contact email or phone number. I'm sure they will be helpful, thats what theyre there for.
Have your TV model number (usually on the back of the set) and details
of the fault handy. They may also ask where you purchased it from.
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This is not my opinion I can send you the entire report if you wish.
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