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Colours on the tv have become distorted particularly black which now has a reddish orange smeared appearance. Problem seems to get worse as the day goes on. Tv is only 7 months old.

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The TV is getting magnetize, may be from speakers nearby or any other source. The degaussing circuitry is not functional.
If the TV is only 7 months old, I would say still under manufacturers warranty.
Call the place where you bought it and ask them for an authorize repair center to fix it.

Posted on Mar 04, 2008

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