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Philips cineos picture problem

My screen sporadically gets orange and green blotchy patches all over. It comes and goes with no particular pattern. Can you help?

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Are there any magenetic devices like speakers or high amp stereo recievers next to the TV? These blotches could be because of electro-magnetic intereference. Try moving devices away (anything metallic or which has a magnet in it)

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