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My display has a red tint to it

I have a Dell LCD Monitor. All of a sudden, the entire screen has a red tint to it.

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Try adjusting the color properties of the monitor using the controls located on the front of the monitor.
If you can't correct the color, then it's a problem in the color circuit. As an ex tv repair guy I can tell you it may cost more than the monitor is worth to fix it unless it's still under warranty.

Posted on Jul 13, 2009

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