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Too much green on tv screen

I have a zenith 32'' tv and can adjust the right colors but the screen still has too much green no matter how much you adjust it.

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How old is this 32" Zenith TV?

Since you did not post the model number......I'm going to assume it is a CRT tube type TV.


On an older TV set the green tint is an early warming sign for color calibration (by a professional).

They has test card / pattern generator and color correct tools to get the job done right.


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There are something you can do to make sure it is not a magnetic problem.

Check the rear,top and side for any possible source of magnetic field.

Example: speakers,metal plates,or large CRT monitor or tube TV on the opposite side of the wall.


Try to do a quick clean up and see does it make any different.


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If you are handy. You can use open the bad of the unit to blown out the duty with a can of compress air.

PLEASE BE REAL CAREFUL. DISCONNECT THE POWER.

FOLLOW THE CORRECT PROCEDURE TO DISCHARGE THE HIGH VOLTAGE FIRST.


Use a can of compress air to clean the TV from to down.

When you get to the boards,make sure you check for damage component like leaky/leaked (look for mark on circuit board) electrolytic capacitors and crack resistors.........


The chance are you will need a color calibration by the professional.

You should check their rate first and see is it worthwhile to go ahead with the service.

A 32" energy efficient LCD TV is only starting at $348.


Good luck.

Posted on Jul 23, 2009

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How old is the tv. did this happen suddenly or over time? also try adjusting tint that might work

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