Question about Zenith E44W46LCD 44" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television

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Please help, I need to know if there is anything you can do to help?
I tried to connect the rca cable to a different input and it did'nt help... My e-mail is oligage@yahoo.com...

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Try to unplug the TV for about 30 minutes.
That should reset the circuity and hopefully it might work again. If that did not work, I would say the color wheel might be defective.

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    Check the color settings in the Video menu. Make sure the tint control is in the middle of the bar as well.

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Hi Oligage, 

If you want to check out the user manual.
Here it is:
http://www.fixya.com/support/p169140-zenith_e44w46lcd_44_in_rear_projection/manual-6442

Posted on May 26, 2008

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    Santiago Vallejo May 26, 2008

    One quick solution you might try, is to check out how high is your brightness. Try to lower it and see if the amount of green reduces.



    Try to check that the contrast, brightness, and other menu options are not messed up.

    Let me know if this Did/didnt worked

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Hi there,

may i know on what unit you want to connect the rca cable, knidly be specific on the info given

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