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Color out of wack

Hi, my television picture has gotten out of wack. It has a dingy reddish tint to the picture. I have tried my best to adjust the color, tint, contrast you name it. It does no good. Thanks Bill K.

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  • Bill Kennedy Jun 14, 2007

    Hi, actually looks like I dodged a bullit for now. My wife came home and told me what she did. The little slot where the yellow plug in goes is apparantly loose or something. We put the yellow end plug in and turned it and it fixed the problem for now.

    Thanks for your help though. I have a feeling this thing is on its last leg.

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There are only two things can cause that problem out of value resistors on video stage. or weak picture tube . the first one 60 to 80 dls dependig on the tech ,at shop service 125.00 if is the picture tube more than 450.00 good luck and let me know thanks

Posted on Jun 12, 2007

  • Luis Amado Jun 13, 2007

    Did my answer helps ,let me know
    thank you

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