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Hi I have a Sanyo tv model ce27lc3-b...we have noticed on the picture there are brown lines showing through..could you know how to correct this

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If the internal degaussing coil is working properly it will remove the coloration after a few ON/OFF cycles. (most sets have a time constant built in, so the set must remain ON for a full minute to allow the degaussing coil current to reach its maximum).

If the coloration really is not caused by an external magnetic field, then the set should be returned to the manufacturers warranty facility or the retailer so the degaussing circuit can be repaired.



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