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Color goes to blurry green and purple... tap set... sometimes it goes back.... When shut off for a while... works fine... for less and less time...

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  • qualitycanva Sep 07, 2009

    Thanks Telly Head But that may be a little over my head... Oh... it is purple and green double vision BTW...
    A TV repair guy said (on the phone) that he thought it was a conversion chip(s) Wanted $100 to come out...$140 to Fix plus $125 for parts...

    So.. I give you the first $100 For what? LOL


    HELP!! I lOVE this TV!! I don't want a flat screen yet!! Thanks...and GOd Bless...

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Sounds like there is a dry solder joint somewhere

look first on main pcb for bad connections.

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