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We have a Panasonic T.V. Model #CT32G4A, Build - 1999. Our problem started with a red cast in the upper left corner. Now, it goes in a circular motion, with red, yellow and green. Is it worth getting repaired? Karen

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This could be as simple as a defective thermistor that controls the degaussing circuit. If you can solder you should be able to resolve this yourself.

Let me know and I'll provide details.

Dan

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

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