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Problem with rca hd52w58 52" tv

When i turn on the tv, there has always been a very slight delay to see the picture but now it is taken much longer, we hear the sound but the picture only comes to view 20 seconds or more later. also the picture is not clear and the color is mostly green in background. we try to adjust and change but still too much green background
what do you suggest.

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This can be a green crt or green driver pcb problem. You can try and unplug the tv for 30 min. and plug it back in and turn it on, but the problem will most likly still be there. A repair shop will need to fix it from there.

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