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Phillips 51" Screen Distortion

My tv started acting very strangely, and I'm pretty sure it is about 3 years old now. When you turn it on, there is a red hue about 1/4 up the screen. Anything under the hue does not have red at all, but the picture above the hue is fine. If I wait 5-10 minutes and turn it on and off a few times it will fix itself and be fine until I am done using it. If I let it sit for a while and turn it back on, it will be messed up again. Any ideas?

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See if the issue happens in the menu alsoif not replace the small signalbaord.

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  • Lawrence Smith Aug 19, 2008

    That is most likely the problem

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