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Picture is very green & blue very little red

The picture seems to have lost the red, picutre quality is still fine for an old TV

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if the picture have lost red, possibly there's a loose contact somewhere in C-board area of your screen. The only way to revive the red color is to check and resolder the c-board are.C-board is located at the back of the CRT unit.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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