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Screen turnning yellow

My dad has a 52 inch tv i dont know what kind it is but the screen is turnning yellow dose that mean it needs too be kleen

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Cleaning was not only the one needed but maintence as well! some of the components might be getting disconnected inside!
send it to a service center... it won't cost you much since is it still working!

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