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Phillips picture is very white and color is off a little

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Hi. I had the same problem with my Philips RPTV and the fix is extremelly ease. You just need to open the back cover (mine uses torx screws). Inside the tv is very mechanic. You will find the three CRTs and most likely the lenses are dirty. You just need to wipe them off with a soft cloth. Also the CRTs project the image not directly to the screen, but to a big mirror and that mirror will be most likely dirty (like when you open the hot water in front of a mirror). Once you clean the mirror and the crts, your tv will like as the they you got it.

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