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Sony KP%&HW40 with varying background tinting

My Sony KP57HW40 has, with increasing frequency, been displaying a constantly varying tint of background on the picture. Especially when watching fb or soccer games, the field varies so much in the tint of green it makes watching the game distracting

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YOU HAVE 6 ADJUSTMENT BEHIDE THE SPEAKER SCREEN. THERE ARE TWO SCREWS YOU NEED TO REMOVE. ADJUST JUST THE MIDDLE BOTTOM SLOWLY. IT SHOULD CLEAR YOUR PICTURE. IF IT DOES NOT WORK IT MAYBE YOUR GREEN CRT. THIS TV IS GARBAGE. IM TRYING TO GET 100 PEOPLE CALL SONY APRIL 17,2008 AND GTHEN SEND TGHEM A LETTER AND AFTER CONTACT YOU LOCAL MEDIA FOR THIS DEFECT. SONY HAS TO PAY YOU BACK OR REPLACE THIS TV.

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