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Color Patches/Spots on the screen

1.There are fixed Color Patches on the screen.I tried to use external de-magnetising(de-guassing) coil but they do not go away.How to get rid of them?

2.I need to have a remote control for this model.Which remote control would work?

3.Is it possible to get a circuit diagram of this TV ,Model# LG-CA21K52EX?

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IF YOU CAN get those spots out is a big chance that the masc in your picture tube is damaged and picture tube is more expensive than the tv

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