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TV took a dump

While trying to watch anything, the picture is very dark, fuzzy, and mostly red. I checked various sources (digital cable HD, digital cable standard, VCR coax, DVD component & s-video) For anyone familiar with the blue background and graphics on the typical Sony DVD player, it shows up as a dark blue background, with extremely fuzzy text & graphics.

What's interesting is when I pull up the TV setup menu, the text is clear and all the colors are normal on the icons. For kicks, I checked the convergence menu, and the crosses (red, blue, green) appear normal, and even let me do the convergence.

Please help!

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Sounds like a problem with the Hyper Board.

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