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Blue lines and tinges near to the bottom of the screen and now moving up slightly

We have just started to observe bluish lines and tinges near to the bottom and lower half of screen, I don't think it is the lamp.

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  • tsutko Jun 04, 2008

    We have the 55" Sony Wega rear projection HDTV and are experiencing the same thing - blue is "leaking" along the bottom and left side of the screen. Any ideas?

  • Anonymous Jun 13, 2008

    I have the same problem...seems to get worse as the tv stays on longer(gets hotter?)......and it's getting worse over time.....

  • broncofl Jun 17, 2008

    Same problem with the blue on the lower left corner, also have blue dots showing up depending on the picture showing. I also have the other problem where it shuts off for about 20-30 green flashes and then comes on followed by the sound a few flashes later. I going to try to change the bulb for that. I had read on the SONY website about a month ago that SONY had extended the warranty on these models till the end 2008. Anyone else found that out?

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