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Andrei Hello ! I have a TV - Mitsubishi CS-27405c, 12years old, good picture ! it has a light green colour on everything.. Did try to play with "Tint" - doesn't help. and I have no manual for TV - can You help my some how -! PLEASE !!!

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I have a similar problem. 1 or 2 of your 3 color guns is out. I'm told it can't be fixed.

Posted on Aug 10, 2008

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