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RE: red green shadows

Hey thanks for the help but I don't have any idea where the purity knobs are located. Is there somewhere on the internet I can get all the info I need preferably free of charge? I really appreciate your help, Thanks!!!

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This is a projection TV, what do you mean purity knobs. What is the problem with your TV set? Sounds like you got some wrong info here? I will be on live tonight if you want to discuss your TV problem.

Posted on Mar 25, 2007

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