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Picture Problem The color is off very (red and greenish) and the picture has lines on it and is not clear. I have turned off the power and checked cable. Could you help me?

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I had a similar problem with an LCD monitor. I took the monitor apart and inspected the conponents, then reassembled it, and it worked. The problem may have been a loose connector inside the monitor.

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