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some tv are not made for all type of color system. you can read the users manual for forther details. if your tv is multisystem, u can see the menu of your color tv by pressing menu button on remote. it sould be under picture settings or under tunning settings. some set top box provide color system choice. so to get correct color you need to get setellite receiver which has option to change the color system to NTSC.
No,if the tv it is not a Regions free tv set.If the manual or tv dose not say it is a Regions free tv set.All tvs sets u bought in the USA and Canada are alway used and set on NTSC signal frequencies.Which will not work on Asia as PAL systems.
Sorry u can't use this tv,because the US,Mexico and Canada tvs use a signal which run in call the NTSC signal frequencies.The European Union,Asia and the Middle East tvs use a signal which run in call the PAL signal frequencies.So,Pal or NTSC tvs signal frequencies can't not be mix.Can't modtifies these tvs it a PAL or a NTSC tvs and all it eclectronics circuitries run on that signal design frequencies.Those tvs,that call regions free tvs,Those tvs are design to run all over the world.Run on NTSC or PAL signals frequencies.
I don't know a whole lot about TV's but I don't think TV's purchased in the USA will work in Sweden unless they were designed specifically for overseas use. In North America we use a system called NTSC and I believe that in Sweden you use PAL. If the TV has the ability to change the setting with a switch you should set it to PAL.
I assume you are running it off of a step-down transformer to cut the voltage (if you don't want it to blow). In North America TV sets are designed for 110 volts. Don't you have 220 there?
You may also have to change the hertz rate to the proper rate there too I believe (forget what it is -- 50 to 60 or vice versa. You may have to call up a technician there ask, or somebody on this site might know). Some TV's simply have a switch on the back that will enable you to do this if they have been designed for both North American and European use.