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RE: PICTURE QUALITY

I PURCHASED MY 56" JVC AROUND CHRISTMAS 2006. THE AVERAGE RUN TIME PER DAY APPRX. 3-HOURS. JUST IN THE
LAST MONTH THE PICTURE HAS BEGUN TO FLASH A BLUE
BACKGROUND AFTER RUNNING ONLY A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME.
AT TIMES THE SCREEN WILL FLASH FROM NORMAL TO THIS
BLUE BACKGROUND AND BACK TO NORMAL AGAIN. THIS MAY
HAPPEN WITHIN A FEW SECONDS, OR THE PROCESS MIGHT
TAKE AN HOUR TO CORRECT ITSELF. SOMETIMES IF I LEAVE
THE TV ON, AND JUST TURN OFF THE DIRECT TV RECIEVER
FOR A FEW SECONDS IT WILL COME BACK UP NORMAL. BUT
NOT ALWAYS, IF I TURN THE TV OFF FOR A FEW SECONDS
IT WILL CORRECT ITSELF ALMOST EVERY TIME. BUT IT DOES
NOT LAST. IT ALSO SEEMS TO BE MOST COMMON WITHIN THE
FIRST HOUR OR SO. PLEASE HELP, I LOVE THIS TV AND THE
PICTURE WHEN IT WORKS. THANKS.

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