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Toshioba TV colour not sharp

Redish and greenish colurs only.Sometimes it does show good picture but reddish colour apeared on upper corners.You could be watching football macth and grass would look blue.

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  • Munta Mar 01, 2008





    I will try this,and tell you tomorow if it worked.It is true,the set is near the wall,but there are no magnets I know of, around it.



    Thanks



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Hi there!
There might be a problem on the degausing circuit. This demagnetises the screen every time you switch on. You may also have had a rise in the mains voltage thus magnetising the tube. Perhaps you can try switching off the TV at the wall for 24 hours or over night. If this does not work a repairer will have to remove it manually or repair the degausing circuit. Also make sure that there are no speakers or any magnetic items close to the TV. Good luck,JUS004

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

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