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Blue hue My color fades and becomes almost completely blue.

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  • jakers Dec 20, 2007

    my comeson perfect then fades to blue. After 10 minutes, picture comes back but a little faded.

  • caryb Dec 25, 2007

    my color fades and comes almost completely blue. turning the tv off and on again sometimes helps for a while. it is becoming unwatchable.

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This might denote a problem with the CRTs (Red and Green). I would suggest having them checked with a CRT analyzer and if they are bad, having the technician perform a picture tube rejuvenation on all three CRTs. Now this will cut the tube life down to about 2 years, but if the CRTs are bad you really don't lose anything by doing this.

I hope this helps
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Posted on Dec 27, 2007

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