Question about Compaq V 570 15 in.CRT Conventional Monitor

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The monitor hjas lost its original colour,It potrays images that are a bit red and yellow.Its a Compaq V570

I tried to open it to adjust the colour panels but only saw the adjusting knob for images as in blured or more clear.

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It's probably not a matter for adjustment, it's probably in need of electrical troubleshooting to find and replace defective components. It may be the CRT itself. One way they often fail is to show or lose one particular color more than another. These days a common 15" CRT monitor is probably not economical to repair by a brick-and-mortar service shop.

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