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Not uncommon on this model as a lot issues with the red and most of them are caused by touchy master screen controls. The set has a black rectangular block with three screen and three focus controls, for whatever reasons the red screen control always seems to be the flaky one and usually a very tiny adjustment of that one does cure the problem.
lots! the convergence chip and some capacitors are involved as well as some tuning inside the set. The projected cost is about $300 to $500 depending on travel distance and the company you use So contact a Sony se4rvice centre and get an aproximate quote
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I used to work at an arcade and we constantly had the problem of hues on the screen, there is a product you can buy that will fix this problem, though I'm not sure how much it costs since we just had one at the arcade. It is a magnatized wand that you plug in to a power source and wave around in front of the screen for a few moments. It did the job everytime.
call SONY at 800 222 SONY and explain it to them and be prepared to have your TV fixed for free !!! the projection block is faulty do to outsourcing on that part for a limited number of tv's an mine was 1 of them , SOny took care of everything !!! good luck