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The picture of my Funai 28D-3728 TV is a bit over colored in red. The color balance is correct (I mean no specific zones of screen where this effect is realized (e.g in the corners or in the center)) but the whole screen is overcolored in red. For me images containing white color seems a bit colored in red... Is there a way to manually adjust/compensate/eliminate this effect? Thanks a lot!

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This is not user adjustable.
The problem is in the R G B circuit. Thr Red gun circuit is totally on!
If this is transistor driven circuit replace the transistor. The component
mostly mounted on the small PCB on the picture tube neck.

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