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Color since switching to dish

My PDP 6100h6 61" Pioneet plasma has too much blue and not enough red since switching to Dish network

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Hi the problem your having is caused by static through the dish cable it will have either blown a resistor witch is cheap to repair the other problem will be the ics these are more expensive and not easy to do unless you are competant in repairing tvs.
If you are able to do repair yourself then you will need multimeter and also a good anti static soldering iron also you will need to get the schematics to follow and to test any test points.
If you are unable to do repair yourself then taking it to repair shop would be best bet as you could damage the telly beyond repair if you are unsure what you are doing.
Its not an expensive repair but unless you know what you are looking for you might never find the fault let me know if you need further assistance

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