Question about Televison & Video
Yes there is one thing you can do. I don't like to give out my tricks but will make an exception this time. You need a magnet from a microwave. They look like a donut and are a half inch thick. Take the magnet up to the effected area of the screen and only the effected area. Start real slow towards this area and get closer until the color is back to normal. It only takes a second to do this so be careful not to get to close to fast.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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