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Old 03-19-2014, 05:31 PM   #1
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Default Strange yellow push on SXRD

Hi everyone,

A couple weeks ago, I noticed that the picture on my Sony KDS-50A2000 rear projection HDTV has looked a little yellow. Actually, very yellow, on all inputs, whether it's the component cables from my PVR or the HDMI cable from my Blu-ray player.

I disconnected and then reconnected everything plugged into the tv but the yellow push was still there. I checked all my picture settings, but nothing had changed. In order to minimize the intense yellow, I changed the colour temperature from Warm1 to Cool, and moved the Hue from 0 to R10. That's helped a little, but not much.

The bulb is a few years old, but even when I replaced the previous bulb, I didn't have this yellow problem. I'm guessing that the problem is not with the bulb but with other components within the tv.

Has anyone had this happen or heard of this happening? If so, what was the solution? Any help here would be hugely appreciated! Thanks, everyone!
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