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Sony Screen Colors

My Sony PC monitor (15 inch flat screen) has an overpowering orange tint to all colors. Like looking at it through orange colored sunglasses. Tried to reset and have rebooted but no resolution. Any ideas?

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It may not have problem of monitor first take the post (power on self test) to do so you have to disconnect 15 pin signal cable from cpu and power on it will give display without cpu the massage "no signal check signal cable" will appear then monitor is ok problem is in cpu. if no display come then problem in monitor

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