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Its a rather old set to be fixing, if off at top or bottom=vertical deflection problem, if sides are concave pin amp circuit---the fact you can turn it on/off several times etc suggests to me maybe bad solder connections somewhere in those circuits.
AS old as this set is keep in mind a lot of the parts for it are no longer available so be careful about spending a ton of money to fix it.
Hello. When a backlit LCD screen becomes pink or red in color (I've seen other color variations too), it is the backlight lamp itself. A fault it the bulb causes the wave length of light that we see to change, and our eyes perceive the change as a change in color. Replace the backlamp or have a reputable tech service it for you. :)
is the VGA driver installed?fine if it is....try connecting to an external monitor...if u still get the same blury or fuzzy red on the screen or all ova...have an expert look @ it and possibly change it.
I have seen several LG plasma that have a pink picture and everytime it has been a failed control pwb. This bd is located under the assembly that houses the main digital bd. The main dig. bd is the one with all of the inputs.