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Flouresant Orange nd Geen on Picutre

Sometimes i keep getting these green and orange flouresant on the faces and sometimes the hair on people in my picture even when i use the Dvd player

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  • Donnabldy Apr 18, 2008

    Also just hen i am watching TV on my HD and regular channels I see the Flouresant Green and orange colors on the faces and hair or people in my 42inch Akai Plasma can anyone tell me hy this is like this and how I can fix this

  • papus Apr 20, 2008

    the same problem

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The problem is most likely with the main logic board for the set. Sounds like one of the dac or memory chips may be out which is why you are seeing the color variations or tints. Check ebay and see if you cant find a replacement logic board. Allways a good idea to check connectors as well as a loose cable will also cause the same issue.

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