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Hi I have a Toshiba 36ZP18P colour television, approx 6 years old, it has just started today to a funny colour at the edges, almost purple/lilac/blue shades its as though the colour is closing into the middle. I have checked the leads in the back and they are all secure, I have checked the colour settings and no matter what I do it is the same. Hope one of you guys can help... Thanks Julie, U.K

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HI
MOST LIKELY CAUSE, IS A COMPONENT CALLED A POSITOR. THAT NEEDS REPLACING. IT DEMAGNATIZES THE TUBE WHEN YOU SWITCH THE SET ON FROM COLD ,
VIA THE ON/OFF SWITCH.NOT FROM STANDBY.
CHEERS BRI

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