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Wondreful to hear from you friend. i would like to know if you are having more problems besides the red color. i want to say you need to spruce up your convergence, but i could use more information. does the picture seemsomewhat blurry or does the images double some. if so then i would get me a covergence kit at tvrepairworld.com. if not then i would purchase a fluid change kit at tvrepairkits.com they will send you a kit with downloadable easy to follow instructions. i hope these instructions help. please rate my solution.

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