Hey. I recently put in a description of this problem, but i have more info on it now. On startup the entire top screen is normal colour but after a few seconds you can just detect some green writing appear on the right centrally. After another second or two the entire right half (exactly half) of the screen fills in with a green tint (same as the writing that appeared first). Is this a memory error or is there something i can fix myself
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This is one of those things that I regret to say but the only way to repair this would be to order a new Flex cable. the flex cable is a small flat ribbon cable that connects the bottom half with the top half. It would be easer to replace the entire thing instead of just the ribbon cable
If you have a screen that gets "tints" of various colors on a corner or edge, check that the monitor plugin cable is not near or laying on top of a power cable, the magnetic field around a power cord will cause a monitor to get strange tints or lines in the screen. Option two if the entire screen has a tint equally all over it is possibly the color is out of adjustment or failing - a technician should be able to adjust it internally.
I recommend you to change the broken case, you can choose to change only the hinge and keep the good case parts or change the entire shell. By the way stores usually sell the entire shell so you can choose. As your screens are still working you are lucky because so often the brown flexible conductor to the top screen get broken so be careful.
You can also use a silicon or hard plastic case to put over your broken NDSL to keep it in place just as the fast non technical option.
Here are some links and you can find text and video guides googling around.
Is it a green tint at some areas alone, oris the entire image having a green tint?
If it is a color patch at the corner or other areas of the screen, in all likelihood it is a degaussing problem. Color patches happen when the TV is moved from one location to another, or if some magnetic source is placed close to a CTV. Did you put a radio or Tape recorder or Walkie talkie toy or any magnetic source near the TV? if yes, remove it. And the automatic Dregaussing circuits in the TV will resolve the problem in a couple of days.
But if there is an overall Green tint on the picture, it signifies a problem in the Video output stages, and there is nothing you can do, but call the technician (unless you know solid state servicing?)