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TV coloring messed up

The colors are messed up on the TV sometimes. The red blue and green will separate showing 3 different pictures of the same thing, but only in that individual color. It will eventually straighten out but after a long amount of time and every once in a while it will go back. Does it need a cleaning or a part fixed or what? I don't know anything about TVs except how to use them.


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    The colors are messed up on the TV sometimes. The red blue and green will separate showing 3 different pictures of the same thing, but only in that individual color. It will eventually straighten out but after a long amount of time and every once in a while it will go back. Does it need a cleaning or a part fixed or what? I don't know anything about TVs except how to use them.

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My sony did that but would turn off and not leave on. its not recommended to use like that (from tv repair man). theres a chip inside the tv that blew. it cost me 260 bucks to get someone to come and fix it.

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