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Adjusting colors on a magnavox 46" projection TV

How to perform a colour adjustment on a phillips/magnavox 46" projection TV (model # PN2046) dateĀ  November 1992.

Picture colors are faded.

what should I do

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Replace the CRT fluid. It grows algea in the blue and green only. 9.99 from MCM electronics.

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