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Since picture is there, sound also mut be. The screen colour went green is your complaint. It is due to the video output stage of your TV. The fault mainly occur in the picture tube base board card. Loose or bad solderings ara always noted. There are three video output trnsistors there in the base board In some models of Samsung sets, either three individual Ics or one single Ic is used. Anyway the fault lies around this card.
You jsut open your TV, pull out the base card from the picture tube neck, care must be taken when you do, not to shake sideways or up down. Just pull it straight back, otherwise picture tube base pins or picture tube neck wiil get damaged. Before doing this check the vlotages of the three cathode pins of picture tube base. It can be done withoug detaching it out from the neck. There are three cathodes. Blue, Green and Red. In most Tvs these voltage will come near to 130 vdc or so. In your TVs case, now the green cathode voltage will be low with respect to the other two cathodes.
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