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My monitor displays bright green pixcells in the black areas of text and pictures .I have tried a different monitor (lcd also, no problem ) to isolate the fault back to the monitor.

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Some time we can see that of problem as screen convert in to voilat and green colour. it is called colour fade. assambaling parts is lose of bord and other. it can be correct by soilding by expert tech. it is more seen in old crt monitor. thanks

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