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Missing of green colour in my lg company monitor.but it seem to be appear in normal after sometime for few minute and when i hit it. but it does not lass long so please suggest hoe to solve this problem.lastly please give its circuit diagram so that i can rpair it myself.

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Just check that the cable that runs from the computer into the monitor is tight and secure this can cause all sorts of color distortion hope this helps regards Jim

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