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Colour misalignment and focus

Hi I own a Phillips rear projection TV model 55pp8620 around the edges the colours are out of alignment and focus while the centre of screen is fine. I have tried to adjust without success. Does it need the lamps replacing ? Or some opther problem ?
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Hi,

If you feel dull image and any yellow color problem you can change the lamp other wise no need to change the lamp.

There will be patten settings are there. so please inform service center service engineer will do this job.

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Prakasam

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