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TV is coming up in blue and green.

Hello. I had just changed the outlet in which my TV is plugged into to free up space for my air conditioner. When I was done and plugged my TV back in, the TV began coming out in blue and green and a little bit of the true picture. I tried the simply remedies, like changing the outlet it's plugged into, fiddling with the cable wire things like that. To no avail, I have been unsuccessful. I was hoping you knew how to fix this tedious problem. Best regards.

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If some areas of the screen are blue and green while other areas are normal, then either the picture tube has been heavily magnetized or damaged by falling over. If there is any kind of magnetic field near the set, such as a large stereo speaker or elecrtic motor, move them away from each other, unplug the TV and let it sit for an hour or so, plug it in and turn it on. The TV demagnetizes the picture tube with each cold start. If the colors are still off then it may need a stronger external demagnetizer, but if the tube was damaged by shock then it cannot be fixed.

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