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Pink color i have a 50 inc lcd rear projection and there is a pink hue to the entire set all the time. i have reset the colors and still the pink hue. any ideas

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If it is a rear projection TV then I would look to the IC's that control the Red or Hue in the color circuits. Depending on the year, make and model some have some adjustments. If it is a rear projection
unplug it for a night and day and get back there to each one of the picture tubes and feel around and you will a soft thing sort of like the primer on a weed eater. Press and release it several times. This agitates the electrolyte behind the tubes and could possibly cause a color problem. If you have a newer model of the flat type then I don't really know, possibly the main board. I honestly have never ran into screen off color in the newer flat TV's. Sorry I can't be of more help. If it is a pretty new TV I would call the mfg and ask for one of their techs. He is suppose to help even if it is out of warranty.
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Depending on your TV, you may have a Color Temperature (Color Temp) and/or Hue setting in the menu. Use these options to adjust the picture to the setting that best suits your viewing preference.
If your TV has a Color Temp setting, you will normally have the following options to select from:
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If your TV has a Hue setting, follow the appropriate step below to make adjustments:
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Pink Hue


it must be the problem of convergence in the tv.

for pictures on where is the convergence settings click on this given link.

http://www.somelifeblog.com/2007/06/sony-projection-tv-red-line-repair.html

but if its the problem in convergence board then check out for this link

http://home.earthlink.net/~oleg.filippov/ConvergenceFix.htm

thanks.

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i have a brand new optical block for a 50we610. if you would like to purchase it please e-mail me at copcarp71@hotmail.com

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Most likely a CRT coolant leak onto signal pcb.Look for wet
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