Question about Philips 60PP9363 60" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
Not sure if you fixed your problem already. But the answer is a color convergence problem. You can try adjusting manually via the remote and if that doesn't work it is most likely the two main IC chips that control the color convergeance. It is also possible that not only the IC chips have gone bad but also there are a couple of resistors that usually burn out with the ICs as well. They will need to be replaced. This isn't something that I would attempt on your own. Typically a TV technician will charge between 300 and 400 to fix at your house.
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