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The wavy when cold is a issue with a board in the set--Hyper board--the warmup until it begins to work will gradually get longer and longer.
The blue: look at set on a unused video input--if see faint curved blue lines with some blue visable on the screen the blue screen control needs to be adjusted just slightly down until the blue and curved lines are not seen.
BUT NO PHOTO POSTED, worth 1000 words each,
can be lots of things ,
bad power supply, something shorted. caps but in backwards.
+ to + and - to - works only. or the short. every time.
there is no schematic,
leaving what?, guessing ? and buying used parts on ebay
expensive to do that.
i presume the OSD button is dead ,right?
the power button tells you its a hard failure, it did.
The L19xxxx has CCFL back lamps, most did.
so seems they work ok , to see color takes that working.
but power is first ,that mean not just 5v.
I've seen a similar looking problem and it is a bad LCD panel. It will show even on a non-used input, and will show through the menu screen and the screen saver, also. Sharp's LCD panels are very expensive,too. Over 4000 at encompassparts.
You have not said w2hether these are daylight pics or pics taken inside under halogen lights. The later requires a blue filter.
Daylight pics that show blue are set to the wrong Kelvins in your menu. Set the camera back to factory settings and make a note of the Kelvins ( temperature scale) that is the standard setting.. You can manipulate the color of the pics taken in certain light by moving the scale upward to warm the pic in overcast situations or down in bright light to remove red cast that some light or lights ( bulbs) tend tp create in pics.