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Picture has turned green

The television was fine half hour ago and the picture has now turned green and flicks to normal?

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Possible green CRT bad....remove lower front speaker cover
and access panel.......carefully disconnect green PC board
from green CRT ( center tube )....plug in TV..power set....should have steady red/blue pix (no green) = bad green CRT............T.

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