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Blue Color spots on all pictures

I have a Phillips 60 inch HDTV and it is having color problems. We have tried to adjust the color by placing the blue plus signs on the red ones but we are not able to get the blue plus signs to move on top of the red. We are able to get the green and yellow plus signs to line up but not the blue and red. We have moved the TV on one place in our home to another and a day later we sart having this problem. Do you have any idea what could be wrong and is it to costly to correct it. The TV is only 3 1/2 years old. Any advised would be great. Thanks A Bunch!!!!

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Hi I have a colour problem on my Phillip Television 60PL9200D on all of the picture is showing Green

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Call a technician, sounds like an Integrated Circuit problem and would cost you about $250.

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