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Monitor color dominated by blue; Green and red colors fade away as yellow and black

I have Samsung 56V 17' CRT Monitor which is dominated by blue color and all objects in red and green are in turn displayed as yellow and black. However sometimes in between the display is automatically corrected but for a brief period...and the faulty display continues. Can anyone help? Is it a problem with monitor or the pins in thecord i connect to CPU? Should i take my monitor for a repair?

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Re: Monitor color dominated by blue; Green and red colors...

The monitor probably changes its color due to loose connection in one of the wires leading to the RED color gun of the CRT. Simply put the monitor downwards and tap at the back. Repeat once or twice if the problem persists.
I hope this helps


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Re: Monitor color dominated by blue; Green and red colors...

As the guest posting stated it could possibly be a problem with the VGA cord but it could also be several other things as well. For the purposes of troubleshooting I would NOT go off and buy a new cable just to test it. Chances are pretty good you?ll just be wasting $15 for a cable you?ll never use. -Remove the monitor cable from both the monitor (if it comes off) and the PC. Inspect the ends and look for bent or corroded pins. If you find any let us know and I?ll go over how to straighten or clean. -The next step would be to swap monitors with another PC and see if the problem follows it. Again if your VGA cable is attached to your CRT via a connector you can swap that with a borrowed on to see if that is the cause. -If the problem stays with the monitor then you will probably wind up spending more money trying to repair it that its worth.

Posted on Jul 29, 2007

Re: Monitor color dominated by blue; Green and red colors...

Probly just the chord connectin from your pc to the screen. just buy a new chord.

Posted on Jul 29, 2007

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