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Picture is really dark

I tried paying around with the tint and stuff but it doesnt seem to help..the picture is really dark and a bit green. when a show has a dark scene, you cant barely seee the picture

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Sounds like one of two problems. first could be that the color convergenge chips on the circuit board have gone bad. the parts themselves are not very expensive, but a shop will charge upwards of 300 dollars in labor to do the repair. if you can solder, you could probably do it yourself. second problem it could be is a bad picture tube, but that seems unlikely since they usually last upwards of 20 years before getting weak or dim. if you are located near portland, oregon, i can do the work for you for much less. if you have any questions, please send me an email at thadoggma420@hotmail.com.
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