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Colour is not normal, sometimes the picture is too dark, football pitches bright green, peoples faces very orange.

Started noticing the colour looking strange. Most obvious when watching sky sports, the picture is very dark at times, if presentors wearing dark suit jacket it looks completely black. Watching football the pitch is very bright green. Also I have noticed an imprint in the screen from SKY TV guide ie I go into TV Guide and select a channel, when the channel is now full screen I can still see the imprint(faintly) from the SKY TV Guide.

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That would be a failing tcon board on the back of the screen.you would need to replace this part but they are available on ebay the part number is on the tcon board. match the numbers a version number to get the matching board for the screen. tcon board is the board were the main wire cluster goes to the screen board this is the tcon board.

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SOURCE: picture distortion esp. during movemnt breaksdown and looks like impressionism art even watching sports on HD

if you are on a cable or a satelite box try setting the boxes output to 720p instead of 1080i..it should be clearer

Posted on Nov 29, 2007

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The amplifiers driving that portion of the screen have partially failed.
Sorry, this is a pretty common LCD problem.
If it is under warranty, call them.
If not, plan on replacing the main control module.

Posted on Jan 24, 2008

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Samsung LE32R7 Vertical lines problem

Plug the TV into a wall socket by itself, have seen this when TV was plugged into a power strip.

Posted on Mar 15, 2008

hongkongpooe

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SOURCE: Picture Flashing

I had this problem too, fortunately I have a sky engineer friend who told me it is a known compatibility issue, all you need to force the latest firmware upgrade down to your sky box and hey presto, it will fix it. It depends on the type of box you have as to how to force the firmware download, but just google it and you'll find the combination of keys to press that will put the sky box into receiving a new firmware upgrade from sky.

Hope it helps you, it did me cos it was driving me crazy

Posted on Jun 10, 2008

olayoju victor

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SOURCE: Bad picture/colours on Samsung LCD TV

loretta change your power pack
entwined  try another cable

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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