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Screen turns red

Picture turns red then back to normal over and over again

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  • MaitreG Jun 26, 2008

    The red cannot be controlled even when the top left bottom behing the panel is accessed, it is not sharp once in a while. It flickers as if there is not enough voltage to sustain color scheme especially after a long period of time being on.

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Adjusting the picture tubes is a scary proposition, but since you have already done it...
The easiest way to balance the gray scale is to turn the color all the way down on the set. The next part is easier with two people if the screen controls are on the back of the set. This is the part you saw that has six small knobs on it. There are control for the focus of the red, gree and blue and for the screen level of the red, green and blue. You will want to adjust the screen controls in an effort to get the picture black and white (this is why you turn the color down), hence the term "gray scale". Just make slight adjustments, take your and be patient. It will take some time, but you will get your picture balanced back out in time.

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