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I turn on my sony projection television and the screen is filled with blue speckles(fuzz)it doesnt go away but you can still use the tv,what can i do to fix this/

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Before I can tell you what the problem is you need to tell me whats the make and model of the tv or atleast tell me what kind of projection tv it is. From your description it sounds like a DLP or LCD rear projection, but I would like to be sure.

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