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Trust me - unless you know how to fix tv's it is not worth calling service Everything lasts only so long Than it has to go to that appliance place in the sky time to get new one Word of caution - the new one probably will not last as long as your old one They don't make them as they used to - sounds familiar?
Most tv's degauss themselves when turned on so turning off and on a few times might help. Leave about 15 minutes between on off cycles and keep on trying untill you see improvement. You could also get hold of an old tape eraser, plug that into the mains and starting from a foot or so away try to brush the badly coloured parts away without coming to close to the screen.