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Circlular discolouration on screen

The colours 'blew' on my tv - everything in the centre appears greenish, with a blue ring outside this, and 'normal' colours ponly appear at the very edge of the screen - can this be fixed? Many thanks

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  • anrtonia chitty May 29, 2006

    sorry - /i know nothing about how tvs work. the picture just is totally discoloured - everything centrally has a greenish tone

    Antonia

  • anrtonia chitty May 29, 2006

    sorry - I know nothing about how tvs work. the picture just is totally discoloured: see image
    many thanks
    Antonia

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Im sorry My friend I dont have a clue what your saying .. I need a picture or more detail as I dont have a clue where to start get back to us.

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  • Anonymous May 29, 2006

    is that pic small in size and a black bar running up throu the picture.. Looks loike a power supply problem in the Main B+ filter Im thinking or the regulator IC failed and isent puttimg out as much b+ as it suppose to. This is not a repair that a non pro should get involved with. you should call your local authorized dealer for repair info. Good Luck

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