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Sony Vega gone red

The picture is a reddy pink colour constantly - anything I can do or if its needs a technician, how much is it gonna cost.
Bought the TV 2months ago from ebay.
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  • chris728 Jan 22, 2009

    Model: WEGA KV-32FS100

    Picture takes a bit to come up and is then RED. It also flickers and sometimes turns black for up to 30 seconds. After 10-15 minutes, the red color dissipates and the flicker is greatly reduced.

    I'm wondering if it is only a matter of time before the picture is gone completely.

    -Chris


  • Anonymous Feb 23, 2009

    Turn on the TV and for 10 minutes the picture goes black intermintently for 10 minutes and then seems to settle in.

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Your scart lead is in the wrong socket in the back of your tv plus if the connection isn't fully in on both ends you get colour and sound distortion

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I'm having the same problem, red picture. Did you find a repair person and if so what was the problem and cost to fix it? My television is only 4 years old so I'd prefer to fix it if it's cost effective.

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