Question about ESA ET427E 27" TV
Tv works great. the picture is good, but it turns green every once in a while
Posted by Anonymous on
Hi. If it's not a picturetube (internal) fault, you may look for bad soldering joints on the printed circuit board, located at the tube.
This contains mostly the RGB amplifiers. A bad soldering on the one driving the "green" cathode, may cause such problems. It can easily be detected by gently knocking on the latter. Also look at the actual CRT socket solderings.
It is most unlikely that the fault is located in the colour decoder. Faults there mostly influence red and blue. In a PAL system, only red and blue are transmitted. Green is produced by a matrix.
Finally, in the worst case there is an internal fault in the picture tube itself. Usually, the discolouring is very bright, shows retrace lines across, and even makes the system shut down due to excessive beam-current. good luck.
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