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Yellowish monitor display

I just replaced the CRT socket of a Toshiba wide bazooka TV as the picture was blurry and the pins were corroded and greenish in color. However when i start up the TV set, the picture and display turns to yellow including the raster. Any idea what seems to be the problem?

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You have no blue gun transmission. Check your work around the tube and make sure you have good connections. Ohterwise it's in the blue gun circuitry.

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