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My monitor displays yellowish color instead of original color

I was working on a program suddenly my monitor changed its color to yellowish color and I am unable to do anything. What is the cause and what is the solution to get rid of this problem? Please help me out.

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Yes please take the power on self test means disconnect signal cable and monitor will give
display without cpu if display appears then monitor ok fault is in cpu if not then fault is in monitor move signal cable and look display changes or not if changes then cable faulty replace it

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