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Screen has bluish hue to it

My computer works fine, but all of a sudden my screen's color is all jacked up. It's bluish/turqoise instead of the normal color.

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Or you could move your Stereo speakers away from the monitor.

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I had a similar isue with my monitor sometime back and it is due to some loose solder on the monitor's inverter board. This is a very simple repair and you can do it yourself if you are good at electronics. I could locate it pretty easily by checking for continuity. Otherwise leave it to a tech it wont cost you much anyway..

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Check monitor cable to back of pc if loose you can lose a primary colour. also if your pc has seperate video card can be loose reseat in slot.

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