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If you are missing one of the colors but still have an image (red, green or blue). Real simple, turn on the TV and see if there are any colors missing from those. Most rear projections have a color bar you can put up or a converge feature which is used for aligning the colors for a clear picture.
If its a Dlp . Hi,its sounds like an issue with the dmd.This is how the
dmd works: http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/dlp1.htm Basically the
dmd is a chip that carries 2 million pixels that create the image and
colors .When its bad it will cause pixilation,color discoloration or
stripes.God bless you! Ifa Lcd.it seems you are experimenting a light engine problem.This is how your tv
works: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLLHnQ4y-wo So basically the 3
Lcd chips that create the colors and image is going bad and thats why
you get that color discoloration.Contact the maker or look for your
light engine online.
YOu have convergence issues. Ok first question. IN your setup menu do you have the convergence option/ if you DO not then it can be a specail fusable link. fl231 if you do. next question do the picture bow in at the middle. if you do then it possibly a convergence power supply issue. next if you go into setup convergence does the crosshairs adjust up or down left to right on both blue and red. I if so then theres is a chance that it can be a convergence adjusment or a amplifer problem AS always THIS SET CAN GENERATE LEATHAL 380 VOLTS EVEN WITH SET UPLUGED SO BE CAREFULL.