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Flesh tones and red colors

Normal picture is true and crisp, close up shots of people, flesh tones and reds appear to be in fuzzy, over tones of orange etc. unit is about 13 months old. Also own LG 42" plasma. signal from dish is fine, when playing dvd through Insignia unit, colors of flesh are also same. Is there any adjustment available on the tv for either factory reset or possible solution? frustrated, Roger Hall

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Re: flesh tones and red colors

Any hue adjustments usally relly cheap tv u got also hard to get good colers from it the lg one is nice i like samsung and sharp
go throw azll colers cheak dvd cables

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