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Hitachi 32LD6600 - When the TV has been on for abot 30 minutes the colours start to go blue/red and the picture is distorted,noting I do gets the picture to display as normal.

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  • Anonymous May 29, 2008

    blues and greens turn fluorescent and screen flickers.No steps taken so far because i live in spain and i do not speak spanish.

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Hi i have this tv and last night the screen went black i can hear sound ok but no picture just a black screen, Also i can see dark
outlines /shadows of whats on the tv, can you tell me please what has caused this

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  • peat85 Jan 31, 2011

    Make your own "Problem-thred", then you might get more help. To me it sounds like your backlight has died.

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