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My Sharp LCD 26" TV shows most black and shadow colours as vivid blue, I have tried resetting the colour to factory reset but that didn't seem to help at all. It occurs on all channels and on 3 different consoles.

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  • qmurray May 27, 2008

    I tried changing the brightness and the backlight settings but neither had any effect, neither did the brightness of the room. It is a VERY vivid blue and appears over mainly the darker areas between two colours. The included picture is from Friends and shows the problem

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The problem with LCD tvs are that they have back lamps that shine thru the LCD sceen. the job of the screen is to block the light of the different colors to make the picture. the problem is that the very thin screen can not block all the light. if the set has a back lamp setting turn down the back lamps and adjust the brightness control it should help a little. you my notice that the blacks and dark sceens look better when the room is fully lit and look much worse in a darken room.

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  • Robert Johnson May 27, 2008

    I'm glad you shown the picture I can now advise you better, 1st reseat the LVDS cable inside the set. this is the multi wire cable that connects from the main board to the top of the panel. if that doesn't work replace the main board. if you give me the full model number I may be able to find the part number and where to get it. I wish more people posted pictures like you did it helps in the advice we give.

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