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We purchased an ilo 42' plasma tv from walmart last year and we cannot seem to get the color correct. it is very green, even when we go to default. I do not know where the manual is, is there a website to download manuals?

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If you can respond to this post with your model number I should be able to locate a service manual for you. I do know that it will be very difficult to find any replacement parts as ilo and polaroid do not have many parts available they are almost impossible to get parts and service for.

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