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Color problem We have been having an issue with our color on this TV... it seems to be fine, and then just go to green or blue - even a bit faded but there is obviously a problem with the color... can you suggest anything we can try to plug/unplug or do we need a new lamp or wheel?

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Samsung color wheel fix

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