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Bad color just this morning the color has failed on our Panasonic tv. W now have a large oval shape in the center and around it are the colors of the rainbow in an octagonal shape. It's red in the center, then green and then blue. We can still see the picture, except for the color variations, and the sound is fine. Can any one advise? Is this worth fixing or should we just by a new tv?

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  • joanieOregon Mar 18, 2008

    Thank you for your response. A demagnatizing coil? Is this easily installed? I can do it myself? Also, why would a tv suddenly become magnatized?

  • joanieOregon Mar 18, 2008

    Thanks. This has been very helpful. Just to let you know, the problem fixed itself. All of a sudden the color was right again. This before I could unplug the tv. Hmmm? Strange. --J

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If it is a glass crt then you need to have the set demagnatized with a demagnatizing coil. All tv shops have one. This is worth fixing and usually at the price of a service call.

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    TV Doctor Mar 18, 2008

    Sometimes unplugging for a minute and turning back on will energize the automatic demagnatizing in the set

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