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The color on my tv is turning green. It's not totally green but it's becoming green. No matter how I adjust the colors it remains the same with too much green. You can't see the true colors clearly especially white. The picture in general is darkened a little bit.

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The change in color is purely a light engine problem. Darkened pix in your case is lack of blue. Lamp replacement will not solve that problem. Aging lamp will cause darkened picture, but the low light output will be uniform over the three colors. It will have the effect of low brightness, not a hange in color fidelity.

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It is very common for the color of the lamp to change as it nears the end of it's life. Depending on the bulb itself you may see yellow, green, or blue shifts (I have even seen red/orange). This is due to the diminishing output of the bulb and while you can make some adjustment you will eventually hit the point of failure. The bulb could in fact last several more weeks or even months depending on your use and environment. It is probably a good time to start searching for a replacement now so you can replace it as soon as it dies or just replace it now if the color is too bad to be worthwhile.

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