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The only reason you would need the color code is because you cut off the VGA connector and lost it. The reality is that you would need a monitor that was the same make and model and manufacturing plant to see the color code. Here is a link to the VGA pin-out. You would need to find a service manual that would define the connector inside the monitor. Opening CRT monitors is very dangerous. I would recommend against it. I have looked at a cable I have that had a removable shell and the Red pin was red the Blue was blue and Green was green. all the rest where other colors or multicolor
If you are looking for a repair manual for your Compaq MV 5500 CRT Monitor, you will most likely not find one as CRT's are not designed to be serviced by the average user. Servicing a CRT is actually very dangerous work due to the high voltage and current the monitor can store.
However, if you were just looking for a user guide manual, I found one for you here: Click Here.
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First open cpu cabinet. Then refix RAM memory. Pull cmos cell for 10 minutes so all settings of motherbord are defaults. Then pull porcessor fan and processor clean dust from all chip and parts. Remove pci cards from pci slot then check. Let me know if you need more assistanse. Thanks.
If still under warranty or if you have no electronic repair experience you should take the set back to the shop or to a repair person. Some of the solutions described below can be dangerous, TV's are very hazardous to service. Even when plugged out, TV's can store very high voltages.
May need to check the caps in the G-2 supply circuit. Also you may have a CRT going flakey. Just a slight G2 level adjustment may suffice also.