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When the display is dark i get red and green arcs on the screen

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Color arching is an easy fix. You need a screw driver and some patience removing the front panel. You will be looking for a box with 3 screws on it. This is the color gun. THe scews are Red, Green and Blue color only, however, they usually don't indicate the color on them. Turn the screw (Slighlty) till the arching is no longer there. You have to do this with the tv on.. LOL

Best Regards and Semper Fi....

Posted on Aug 06, 2010

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