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TV lost it's color. It is only black and white.

Over a couple of weeks the TV in the monitor began to separate colors into stripes. It would go from stripes to good color - back n forth. Now the TV has no color - only black and white transmisson. The monitor itself has good color. The cables are tight. The settings are normal. The monitor has always been slow to paint pictures, such as the shortcut icons, however the problem seems limited to the TV. The TV picture is not as sharp as it used to be but it is not fuzzy. The monitor is 3-4 years old.

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Either you have a problem with your aerial or a hardware problem with the internal TV tuner, make sure any other TV's in the house don't have the same problem. You can try a chip-set reset, unplug power and hold down the on button for 30 seconds (time it to be sure). The manual for this TV is not readily available so I can't tell you if there is a reset option in the On Screen Display, you'll have to press menu and have a look through, but if there is use it and see if it helps. Failing that it's sometimes possible to fix this kind of issue by unplugging power, taking the casing off the TV with a screwdriver and re-seating any internal cables you can find, but as I stated info on this TV is not readily available so can't tell you for sure. If non of this helps it will likely cost you more to get it repaired than to replace it. Hope this helps but message back if you need any more info.

Posted on Aug 28, 2007

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