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TV picture has green centre and outer rings of different colours

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Your Picture has acquired damage that has caused the colours to leak and not blend together. Call the TV Technician immediately if you don't want to make it worse. I suggest you don't put on the TV for very long time till its fixed. Not more than one hour each time

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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