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Loss of color - all green

The tv/vcr works great but the color is all green. Can this be repaired?

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  • Gadawg07 Oct 01, 2007

    Where is the CRT board located? Opened the tv and not sure what equipment looks like to resolder the board. Any schematics available? Want to save myself repair bill and repair self as have minor experience in electromechanics. Thanks you for your help!

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Yes! the problem is in the CRT board the RGB colors! you have lost of blue and red! thats why your unit is green! and only green is worked the blue and red is not work! maybe you have lost contact of them! resolder all CRT board to comeback the normal picture!

Posted on Sep 28, 2007

  • carlos fernandez Jr.
    carlos fernandez Jr. Oct 01, 2007

    the CRT is located at the back of picture tube! small square board that connects to picture tube!

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