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If your TV has a 'Menu' button on its front panel, you can enter its menu using it, and come towards picture adjustment window, and can change the intensity of color. If there is no such button on its front panel, you must have its remote control to do this.
Check its color system adjustments. It will be best to make a factory reset to this set. Just unplug the TV from AC mains wall socket, and re-plug it after 10 minutes of so. This must make your TV a hard reset. If this do not help you, the chroma section circuits of your TV need to be checked for fault/s. This is a skilled work, and it will be best to contact any experienced service technician.
Yes.... u must adjust the screen voltage going to picture tube....located on the CRT module>>>little board connected directly to picture tube (take back off TV and you will see ) play around with screen control on the CRT module......can be adjusted at times to keep from losing picture!!! tube is bad...i know sure looks good when showing a picture....TRY adjusting screen voltage ( YES while TV is ON>>>CAREFULL ) gl
Install a 110v computer fan on the outside of the TV to **** the heat out. I did this and my TV has never turned off again. The TV has a poor interior fan and does not take the excessive heat out. Also the TV does not indicate a heat problem like the manual states. Need further assistance email me for pictures and suggestions on the fan