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Color seems inverted!!! please help!!!

I have a 32in Panasonic TC-32LX50 that the color all of a sudden seemed to have messed up ! all i get now when i turn it on is a white-ish screen and the image seems like when u invert a picture sorta like a ghostly image of the background. Does anyone know what happened or what went wrong here ? it is fairly new and i feel it shouldnt be doing this but hey it might just be something i pressed or a minor fixable problem...please help!!!

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  • dontdie21 Apr 13, 2009

    I have the same problem. I dont think its to do with the wires because it happened halfway through watching a dvd, so i tried different channels including my xbox which is going in through different connectors and it is still the same. :( Ive only had it for 6 months


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CHECK OTHER TYPES OF VIDEO INPUTS. IF USING COMPONENT VIDIO CHECK YOUR CABLES ARE ALL MAKING GOOD CONNECTION, YOU CAN USE AN AUDIO CABLE TO CECK INDIVIDUAL COMP. VID. CABLES TO MAKE SURE THE CABLES ARE GOOD.

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