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Red and green pinstripes!!!

There are red and green pinstripes covering the picture they went away after about 30 seconds before but now they are there and wont go away noticed some oil coming from the blue lamp. there was a tray under the lamps that cought the small amount of oil. any ideas???

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If the fluid hit the circuit boards, the problem has gotten worse. The loss of fluid wont hurt the CRT, but the boards don't like liquids at all. In lucky cases, you can clean up the fluid and it will work again. CAREFUL the fluid is toxic and cancer causing. Clean it safely, wash hands after touching. If cleaning doesn't help, you will need to repair the board and possible re-seal the CRT.

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