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Why would a big screen TV picture have a red glow?

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2005-11-27 19:35:34
2005-11-27 19:35:34

it seems like your red convergence is out, most big screens will allow you to adjust that by going into the menu and under video options i believe search for a convergence heading......if this does not work contact the manufacturer

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