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TV COLOR WENT BROWN IN COLOR

THE TV COLOR WENT BROWNISH IN COLOR AFTER HOOKING UP A PLAYSTATION 3 TO IT FOR ABOUT AN HOUR.CAN THE GAMING SYSTEM CAUSE PERMANENT DISCOLOR ?

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It could not be the playstation that would cause the fault. The set was probably going to fail anyways.

A brown casted picture sounds like there is a loss of the blue colour drive in the set.

Some TV sets have colour temperature adjustments in the user menu. Check to see if your TV has that option, and that the colour temperature is properly set up. You can refer to the TV's instruction booklet for details.

A loss of blue drive can be from failed components in the video path, or in the bias circuits that control the CRT's cathold current.

It is also possible that the CRT is going defective, and is losing emission from the blue colour electron-gun.

You will have to bring the set to a service center that has an experienced TV tech who can make proper diagnostics, and give you an estimate for the cost of repair.


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