I recently purchased a 28 inch philips flat screen (matchline) TV and after a week or 2 of watching it I realised that i had a 2-3 inch section running down the left hand side of the screen where anything that was white would have a definate blue tinge. This would still be apparent even with the color turned right down until the picture was black and white. After several weeks and a visit from a technician who waved his magic (de gaussing!) wand at it and told me it was fine, I managed to convince the store where I bought it to replace it. I've had the new set for a week now and instead of a 3 inch bar that does the above it is a patch in each bottom corner. The store won't let me exchange it for something else (I was going to try a Sony Wega)Is this just a side affect of producing a flat picture tube,or if not, does any one know what the problem is,the TV is nowhere near speakers or any other magnetic source that I can tell, and anyway it doesn't appear to be that kind of interference. Only white seems to be affected and the brighter the white, the bluer it goes.