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I have a panasonic pv gs 400 and my friend dropped it and now everything films in a yellowish tint and the actual yellow objects look white. im not sure how i can fix this or what part needs to be replaced.

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It's so simple go to a expert ho can fix it out dude............u don't need to fix it........

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